MBA Admissions Consulting

MBA Admissions Consulting

A business school application is more than just a great
GMAT score.


Over the years the MBA admissions process has become more and more competitive as the quality of the MBA candidate has increased. It is important for you to get an edge on the process and receive help from professionals to highlight your strengths and accomplishments to make you positively stand out from other applicants. MBA admissions consulting is a solid investment for your future.

MBA Students

 

How do you benefit from MBA Admissions Consulting?

You receive advice from an expert consultant, an MBA him/herself, to help you understand the application process and substantially increase your chances of acceptance to your target programs.

How does the consulting service work?

Admissions consulting provides you with top personal guidance. It starts with an introduction one-to-one meeting (in London only) or a personal call, via telephone or Skype™, with your consultant to identify your principle needs, brainstorm ideas, devise a personal strategy, and build a personal plan. Admissions consulting is available to candidates situated in any location worldwide.

Who are the Kaplan MBA Admissions Consultants?

Kaplan's MBA Admissions Consultants are all MBA alumni themselves and many have also served on admissions committees of top international business schools. Due to having personal MBA experience themselves, they understand your needs and career goals, and they aim to help you build an application of acceptance. From their experience, they know what admissions officers look for in a successful applicant and use that knowledge to help you gain acceptance to your target programs.

What type of services and packages does Kaplan offer?

We offer a variety of consulting packages and seminars to meet the needs of MBA applicants in any stage of their admissions process.

What goes into a business school application?

Each MBA program may have different requirements, so you should check with the business school directly before applying. However, most business schools will require the following:

  • Application form
  • CV/Resume
  • Personal statement/Essays
  • GMAT score
  • Undergraduate/Masters transcript(s)
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Interview
  • Financial aid and/or scholarship essays (if applicable)