You’ve already done it once – you were able to interview and network your way into a top Analysts program at a bulge bracket investment bank. Now you’re trying to go to the next level, and get admitted into a top-5 MBA program. Well, if you want to stay in Banking or move into Venture Capital or Private Equity, you are not alone.
Now it’s the second time around. To get into Harvard, Wharton, or Stanford you will need to impress again. It’s not trivial, given the highly structured environments in most banks, and the very limited opportunities to speak up or go above the requirements. If you did find these opportunities, highlight them. If you didn’t, talk about other roles or opportunities in which you were able to exhibit your leadership skills, passion for innovation, etc.
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