Every student has a predefined notion about a MBA degree:- hefty packages, good job opportunities, improvement in position and salaries but how many really know the journey of becoming a MBA student? Learning management jargons, frameworks and business models, analyzing case studies & and eventually hopiing to reach the peak of self-actualization on Maslow’s […]
- One Page! You can maximize space by reducing your contact information, which will already be included in the application forms.
- Make a new resume for the MBA application. Your application resume should be easily understandable for someone outside your function and your industry. This will take more work than you might think. Ask someone outside your function and industry to review your resume to eliminate jargon, acronyms, etc.
- Create a resume with 2-3 sections. If you have enough work experience include college internships in your education section. I was told to include education first (not sure how important that is, but I took the advice).
- Always be thinking what makes you special. Were you given international assignments? Did you prepare deliverables for executives or board members? What have you accomplished that someone else in your role would not have? Action verbs are your friends. Your resume should not read as a job description for your replacement.
My MBA Resume: HamiltonMBAResume2014