Tips for Applying to Kellogg (Part 4)

At Kellogg we recognize that applying to business school is a time and labor-intensive process that requires a lot of care and consideration, as well as hours of test prep, interviewing and essay writing. We get lots of questions about how applicants can make their application stand out, so this week we are offering a few suggestions on how you can help us best understand who you are and why you want Kellogg to become a part of your future.

Today’s topic: Video essays

Additional topics: Test scores, essaysletters of recommendation and the interview

Don’t stress too much about the video essay. It’s meant to be personal and authentic. If you’ve ever used Skype or Facetime, this should feel familiar and easy. We also added a lot of information about the video essays to our website, so that’s a great place to read more to ease your mind.

The video essay is about lifting you up off the pages of your written application and giving you a chance to showcase your Kellogg interest, personality and communication skills in a way that written essays and test scores can’t.

For more information about our video essays, take a look at this recent Poets & Quants story and this Crain’s story with Director of Admissions Kate Smith.

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For more information about Kellogg’s applications components, visit our website.

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