John Keough (2Y 2018), co-chair of Kellogg on Growth, shares some of the highlights his fellow Kellogg students can look forward to on November 8.
Hamed Alam (2Y 2018) and 19 of his Kellogg classmates traveled to Omaha to meet Warren Buffett. He shares five of the most valuable lessons he learned from the Oracle himself.
Next week, 20 students from the Asset Management Practicum and the Kellogg Center for Family Enterprises will travel to Omaha to meet Warren Buffett. Hamed Alam (2Y 2018) anticipates the questions he will ask the Oracle.
To help demystify how our admissions team evaluates your Kellogg application, we’ve compiled a helpful “Top Ten” list of things to keep in mind.
By Saumya I was a social entrepreneur in India for three years prior to attending the Kellogg School of Management. After graduating from Kellogg’s Two-Year MBA Program, I am moving back to India to continue my journey as a social entrepreneur. My friends and family are often baffled to hear this short summary of my… Continue reading
June was a busy month for us at The Kellogg School of Management. We said goodbye to the class of 2017, welcomed our latest one-year and MMM students to campus, and continue to work with our two-year and JD-MBA admitted students on their arrival in August. Now that our incoming students have started to arrive,… Continue reading
Are you looking to start your MBA journey in 2017? This is a friendly reminder that our deadline for Round 2 applications is quickly approaching. To be considered for Round 2, please submit all application materials by 5 p.m. (CT) on Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2017. If you submit your application for Round 2, you will… Continue reading
Kellogg is thrilled to announce that five students have been named 2017 Siebel Scholars. Jonathan Goldstein, Bo Gustafsson, Jackie Laine, Iris Tian and Austin Vanaria will each receive a $35,000 award for their final year of graduate studies. The awards recognize top students from the world’s most prestigious business, computer science, bioengineering and energy science… Continue reading
By Jessica Pawlarczyk What does the Kellogg MBA experience look like for women? What type of personal and professional support does Kellogg offer its female students? How does Kellogg prepare women to become successful business leaders? Close to 200 prospective students explored these crucial questions during Women’s Preview Day, an admissions event that gives women… Continue reading
By Jessica Pawlarczyk On Saturday, October 29, the Kellogg Black Management Association (BMA) will hold its 30th annual BMA Conference to discuss the power of diversity though the lens of business. This year’s theme, “The Blueprint: Designing the Foundation for our Tomorrow”, focuses on leveraging learnings from the past three decades to envision a blueprint… Continue reading
Last month, Kellogg had the honor of hosting Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). After a school-wide lecture, 30 students, including myself, had the unique opportunity to attend an intimate roundtable discussion with Madame Lagarde. The conversation primarily focused on women in leadership and the IMF’s international finance policies. Both topics… Continue reading
When Kellogg admissions officers review an application, they evaluate potential students based on six categories. Here, Melissa Rapp, director of admissions for Kellogg’s Full-Time MBA Programs, demystifies what happens once you submit your materials and helps you think about how to craft the story that will help the Admissions team learn more about you. TODAY’S TOPIC: INTERPERSONAL SKILLS… Continue reading