Questions about financing your E&W MBA? Alyssa Jackson, Kellogg’s associate director for E&W Program admissions, sits down with the director of the Chicago Office of Financial Aid for Northwestern University to answer some of your questions.
From the culture to the academics to feeling like they belonged, Kellogg rose to the top of their list.
Hear from Bernadette Birt, Kellogg’s new assistant dean for Executive MBA Global Network, on her leadership journey, and her passion for Kellogg’s Executive MBA Program and what makes it so distinct.
You’re not alone, and current students are here to help! Full-Time and Evening & Weekend students share how they chose the program that was right for them.
Check out tips from current Full-Time, Evening & Weekend and Executive MBA students on completing the application.
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.
Our Two-Year MBA Class of 2022 is embarking on their MBA journey at a time when the need for agile, creative and empathetic leadership is stronger than ever. Learn more about one of Kellogg’s newest classes from Kate Smith ’98, our assistant dean of admissions and financial aid.
Lance Bennett, Kellogg’s director of diversity admissions, gives insight into how to approach the video essay portion of the Full-Time MBA application and dives deeper into the new question on the application — video essay question #3.
No matter to which Kellogg program you’re applying this fall, we have resources to help you organize your thoughts.
The MBAi application is open! Get a look at this breakthrough, joint-degree program’s application by reading through the additional essay questions. Kate Smith, our assistant dean of admissions and financial aid, elaborates on what we’re seeking in an applicant.
Want to make an impact at the intersection of business and AI? Check out this new five-quarter, joint-degree program at the Kellogg School of Management. Kate Smith ’98, our assistant dean of admissions and financial aid, tells you what you need to know.