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MBA Adcom Interview – Hult International Business School

Hult_1We recently had the opportunity to pick the brain of Marc Zeugner in the admissions office at the Hult International Business School. If you’ve never considered an international business degree, you might be interested to learn some of its unique benefits — especially in a world of business that is becoming increasingly global in nature. More generally, Marc shares important tips and considerations about the MBA admissions process that will help you improve your chances of getting into business school. Enjoy!

DTG: Please tell us a little about yourself. How long have you been with HULT and what are your primary responsibilities? What was your background prior to joining the admissions department at HULT?

Marc: I have been with Hult for almost 6 years, and recently moved into the MBA admissions team to assist prospective students and help guide them through the application process. Having studied and worked in numerous countries, my background is very international.Hult_2 Before I joined the Hult admissions department I managed international exchange programs in Germany for high school students seeking to spend a year abroad. I am convinced that gaining international experience in a globalized world is among the best advantages that young business professionals can get.

DTG: For students familiar with the traditional American business school model — one campus, one location, one degree — how does HULT differ? How exactly does an International MBA work?

Marc: Our program is extremely unique and was built around the idea that the business world is only going to become more global. Hult’s option allows students the opportunity to live and study in up to three of our seven locations in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, Shanghai, New York, or São Paulo. We are known for being international, but we are also really proud to have been named #1 in Post Graduate Percentage Salary Increase by The Economist. I think that’s a testament to our curriculum’s focus on hands-on learning.

Hult_3DTG: Why should students consider an International Business school?

Marc: Top companies are now seeking to hire individuals who have international experience and who possess the ability to navigate the subtleties of different cultures. Our curriculum is designed to give students an inside look at the world’s fastest-growing economies and examine international business practices close-up.

DTG: What should a prospective business school applicant expect in terms of the MBA admissions process?

Marc: Applying to business school can be pretty daunting, but we try to make it as painless as possible for our candidates. Once you submit the portion we have a team of admissions people available to help you prepare your supplemental materials.

DTG: What are three things that you’re most looking for in a prospective applicant in terms of being a good fit for HULT — or for business school in general?

Marc: The ideal Hult student understands the new globalized business world. They have a desire to gain hands-on international experience—not just learn from case studies in the classroom. We actively seek out individuals from a variety of industries who not only fit our student profile, but who will, more importantly, enrich the experience of the entire student body.

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I'm going to brag on my son

by rayo

He went through a business careers high school program. He didn't like it much, but had a summer internship at a mutual fund company.
Years ago, he wanted to major in college in English Lit. I told him to take an extra year in college with a major in something highly marketable, and then take a bunch of other courses just for personal interest.
Now, 7 years later, he has a dual undergrad major in computer science and philosophy; and is now graduating with a master's in computer science.
For 2 years, during two internships, a tech company in the SF area has been recruiting him

No i asked one of my professors if he kne

by --

Knew of any internships in my field, and he did and set it up for me. then i asked my best friend if she could get me an internship where SHE had one and she said sure.
then i just was my normal friendly self at work and people liked me, and then offered me this other job.
i have a lot of contacts in the business world because all my high school/college friends work in good companies. you just ask them to pass your resume along and boom it happens.
i also had an informational interview once. i was telling my mom i might like to work in a certian industry, and she said a woman who her hospital used for something knew all about it

Have heard it's gone to hell for

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And it was getting terrible feedback here for a long time from regulars who are in the business or who attended.
They used to be an independent school, when they had a good rep. Now didn't they get bought by one of those big chains that runs vocational schools, like the art schools? You can tell by the TV ads that they are scraping the bottom. I know some young kids who were going there last year (did their internships in a cafe I frequent) and I'll tell you, they were really clueless about food and working around food. They weren't going there because they were passionate about food & cooking -- they went because they saw it as an alternative to joining the armed forces or going to another kind of vocational school -- they think they're going to get high-paying glamour jobs in...

Stick it out

by curiouschick

If you quit now you'll still have a year and a half of debt accumulated, and if you decide in the future that you want to finish it after all, you're going to have a really hard time explaining the dropout to employers.
there are jobs out there. even if you don't get a high-paying job at first, take a lower-paying one, stick it out for a year, and then move on up. that's what i did, and i'm now fairly comfortable financially.
i didn't love the law either, and i didn't have any great passion that i wanted to serve with my legal knowledge. when i went to law school all i wanted to do was to know that i'd have a good, solid way of supporting myself for the rest of my life

Okay, I'll giove it to a student

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1. What is your specific job title?
Sole proprietor, founder
2. How did you get interested in graphic design?
Gravity, I assessed what I liked and it all fell into place when I was a kid.
3. How did you get started?
Volunteering my design services at community centers, talking to other professionals wherever I saw them, community college classes, read books, internships. Then I went to art school.
4. Why did you decide to work for this company?
I started it.
5. What do you like most about this company?
No one tells me what to do.

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