“In my career, I not only see myself creating an impact through nonprofit organizations, but also through hiring, mentoring and developing these same youth as leaders,” says Hereford Johnson (2Y, 2022).
“We were excited about our startup idea because of the intersectional impact it could have,” reflects Ben Hackner (2Y, 2023) on their Social Impact Days pitch, NurseConnect.
“In the fall, I’m excited about all of the experiential opportunities I signed up for (there’s just so many of them), and working on real projects with companies is what I’m looking forward to the most,” Abhishek Bhandari (1Y 2022) says.
“I’ve always wanted to work at the intersection of business strategy and technology, and this program (MBAi Program) perfectly aligns with my career goals and aspirations,” Bharti Sharma (MBAi 2023) says.
If you’ve decided to apply to a Full-Time Kellogg MBA program but aren’t sure which to choose, you’ll find a breakdown of your options in this post from our admissions team.
Suhani Chhaparwal (2Y 2020) and her fellow trek leaders curated an enriching trip to India for their classmates to “fuel an interest in India that can sometimes only be achieved by understanding.” Here is her story of curating that trip and the experience that followed.
It’s been three months since the Kellogg One-Year MBA class of 2016 stepped onto the Evanston campus, and it has been an intense and fun experience.
It was a little over a year ago when I was researching about one-year MBA programs. While you may have various professional and personal reasons for choosing a one-year or two-year MBA, here are some of the unique features of Kellogg’s One-Year MBA program that may be considered while trying to navigate though the decision.
As a first-quarter student in the One-Year MBA program at Kellogg, we dove into our academics with a course titled “Leadership In Organizations.” The class is designed to enhance our leadership skills.
The coursework for leadership is interesting because it places a lot of importance on practical and conceptual training.
It’s hard to believe it has only been a week since I stepped into the Jake (Kellogg’s Jacobs Center) on Northwestern’s Evanston campus. The past seven days have been a whirlwind of activities, all a part of CIM — Complete Immersion in Management — the orientation program for new students.
From information sessions, course selection to fun team-building events like improv sessions, baseball games and cruises, CIM was a fun transition into school mode.
Here are my three highlights from CIM:
By Kevin Rasch ’15 (EMP 96) Two things are often said about India. “India is big.” “India is young.” True, it has the second largest population in the world. Also true, approximately half its 1.25 billon people are under 25 years old. But more importantly to my classmates and me, India is poised to become the… Continue reading
Admission season seems to be in full force, and I’ve received a few emails from applicants with questions along the lines of:
– What’s Kellogg’s culture like?
– What’s so different about Kellogg?
– How many calories does a typical Kellogg student have to eat in a day in order to survive? (I made this last one up … interesting question, though).
Anyway, I thought I’d share my experience that I feel aptly sums up Kellogg culture.
Today’s entrepreneur has to understand the emerging marketplace, even if their target is the United States, says Mohanbir Sawhney, the McCormick Tribune Professor of Technology and Director, Center for Research in Technology & Innovation at Kellogg. In his research and consultation in the technology sector, Professor Sawhney has witnessed the significance an emerging market like… Continue reading