・場所: PCM Tokia Building Marunouchi 1F http://www.cardinal-japan.com/
・費用: 2500 yen
・場所: PCM Tokia Building Marunouchi 1F http://www.cardinal-japan.com/
・費用: 2500 yen
Georgetown, McDonough School の締切日が発表されました。
・Deadline: October 10 2016
・Decision Rendered : December 20, 2016
・Deadline: January 5, 2017
・Decision Rendered： March 25, 2017
・Deadline: April 1 , 2017
・Decision Rendered： May 15, 2017
London Business Schoolの出願締め切り日です。
・Round1: September 21, 2016
・Decision sent on 23 November, 2016
・Round 2: January 4, 2017
・Decision Posted on March 22, 2017
・Round 3: February 24, 2017
・Decision Posted on May 10, 2017
・Round 4: April 21, 2017
・Decision Posted: June 21, 2017
All application deadlines are 17:00 UK time. All Admissions Committee decisions are communicated via email and will be sent on the deadline day at approximately 10pm UK time.
Duke, Fuqua Schoolのエッセイ課題が発表されました。
Three short answer questions and 2 essays are required from all applicants.
Instructions: Answer all 3 of the following questions. For each question, respond in 500 characters only (the equivalent of about 100 words).
Instructions: Present your response in list form, numbered 1 to 25. Some points may be only a few words, while others may be longer. Your complete list should not exceed 2 pages.
The “Team Fuqua” spirit and community is one of the things that sets The Duke MBA experience apart, and it is a concept that extends beyond the student body to include faculty, staff, and administration. When a new person joins the Admissions team, we ask that person to share with everyone in the office a list of “25 Random Things About Yourself.” As an Admissions team, we already know the new hire’s professional and academic background, so learning these “25 Random Things” helps us get to know someone’s personality, background, special talents, and more.
In this spirit, the Admissions Committee also wants to get to know you–beyond the professional and academic achievements listed in your resume and transcript. You can share with us important life experiences, your likes/dislikes, hobbies, achievements, fun facts, or anything that helps us understand what makes you who you are. Share with us your list of “25 Random Things” about YOU.
Instructions: Your response should be no more than 2 pages in length.
Fuqua prides itself on cultivating a culture of engagement. Our students enjoy a wide range of student-led organizations that provide opportunities for leadership development and personal fulfillment, as well as an outlet for contributing to society. Our student-led government, clubs, centers, and events are an integral part of the student culture and are vital to providing you with a range of experiential learning and individual development experiences.
Based on your understanding of the Fuqua culture, how do you see yourself engaging in and contributing to our community, outside of the classroom?
If you feel there are circumstances of which the Admissions Committee should be aware, please explain them in an optional essay (such as unexplained gaps in work, choice of recommenders, inconsistent or questionable academic performance).
江戸義塾のEd Leeさんの主催でHBS ALUMNI CHATイベントが開催されますので、
EDOGIJUKU HBS ALUMNI CHAT
Guest Speaker Haru Shiode (see details below)
July 10, 2016
・Criteria for Admissions
Harvard Business Schoolの新たなNew Director of MBA Admissionsが決まりました。
Harvard Business School announced today that it has chosen Chad Losee (MBA 2013) to be its next Managing Director of MBA Admissions and Financial Aid. Losee will succeed Dee Leopold (MBA 1980), who has headed the School’s MBA selection process since 2006. Leopold will remain at HBS as Program Director for 2+2, a deferred admission process for students in college or full-time master’s programs.
After graduating from HBS as a Baker Scholar (an academic honor awarded to the top 5% of the graduating class of some 900 students), Losee worked for a year as an HBS Fellow in the Dean’s Office. In that role, he collaborated with the School’s senior leadership on a range of strategic projects.
One such effort was at HBX, where Losee helped to launch and set strategy for this unique digital learning platform. In particular, he co-led the exam and credential strategy for CORe (Credential of Readiness), which teaches students the fundamentals of accounting, business analytics, and economics for managers. In addition, he worked with HBS professor Clayton Christensen to develop an HBX course on Disruptive Strategy, an offering designed for executives around the world.
Losee also served as an observer with the HBS Admissions Board, evaluating prospective students during their interviews – an interest that had been piqued during his student days when he was an Admissions Ambassador for his HBS section, helping candidates during their visits to the campus. Losee has remained active as an HBS alumnus, serving a term on the HBS Alumni Board, one of about 70 graduates appointed to provide expertise and input to the School’s leaders.
In 2014, Losee returned to Bain & Company’s Dallas office, where he had worked from 2008 to 2011, including a stint in Stockholm. As a manager at Bain, Losee has led consulting teams in client engagements across multiple industries. He graduated in 2008 from the Honors Program at Brigham Young University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in international relations summa cum laude.
In 2012, Losee was a summer associate in the office of Kim Clark, then the president of BYU-Idaho and before that a longtime HBS faculty member and Dean of the School from 1995 to 2005. Losee led a wide range of campus-wide initiatives involving BYU-I students, faculty members, and administrative leaders.
“I am a real believer in Harvard Business School’s mission to educate leaders who make a difference in the world,” said Losee. “I’ve seen firsthand how my classmates, the amazing body of HBS alumni, and the outstanding faculty and staff all strive to shape the world around them for the better. The experience of a two-year, full-time MBA at HBS continues to have a great impact on me personally and as a leader. My goal as Dee’s successor is to make sure that each diverse MBA class continues to have a transformative experience at HBS and go on to make a real difference in the world.”
“We are delighted to welcome Chad back to the School and his family back to Boston,” said Jana Pompadur Kierstead, Executive Director of the MBA Program. “He has a deep understanding of HBS and its pedagogy and mission; superb interpersonal, analytical, and strategic skills; and a passion for admissions. That combination of talent and experience positions him well to lead our Admissions and Financial Aid teams.”
The decision to hire Losee followed a five-month search. “The process was open and exhaustive,” said HBS Senior Associate Dean Felix Oberholzer-Gee. “We reviewed more than 100 excellent candidates with diverse backgrounds and experience. Chad’s credentials as a strategic problem-solver and his grasp of the challenges and opportunities in management education today helped him to stand out among the finalists.”
Losee will begin his new role in June.
・Deadline: September 21, 2016
・Interview Decision Notification: October 21, 2016
・Final Decision Notification: November 25, 2016
・Deadline: November 30, 2016
・Interview Decision Notification: January 13, 2017
・Final Decision Notification: February 17, 2017
◆ 3rd Round
・Deadline: January 25, 2017
・Interview Decision Notification: February 24, 2017
・Final Decision Notification: March 31, 2017
◆ 4th Round
・ Deadline：March 1, 2017
・Interview Decision Notification: April 7, 2017
・Final Decision Notification: May 12, 2017
・To be included in a specific round, applications must be complete and submitted by midnight Frencht ime on the day of the deadline.
・Competition for each round is equal regardless of the intake or round you apply for. We review the pool of applications submitted within each round independently, keeping the “offer ratio” (percentage of candidates accepted vs. applications received) fairly constant across all rounds. By “Class” we are referring to the entire population of students beginning the INSEAD MBA programme at the same time (regardless of campus location).
Edogijuku Kamiyama Foundation Scholarship Event
・Date: Sunday, March 13
・Speaker: Mr. Kamiyama
Contents: He will discuss his vision of the scholarship and criteria
*Some past winners will also join
■Place: Wine World 6F Shin Maru Building
■Fee: 5000 yen