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Should I apply to MBB etc consulting firms in my final year or have a year out after I graduate and have more time to prepare for interviews better?

I am a UK business student wanting to apply to MBB and other similar firms but I realise that to pass interviews at these firms you have to do extensive prep work (50 live practices, 2 months full time, amazing maths skills, PST practice etc). I am worried I won't be able to do a decent job...

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Active Nov 10 '17 at 11:53

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Sarah Trepagnier | Financial Services Senior Associate at PwC Hi there - First congratulations on your achievements thus far! And ...

How did you pay for graduate school?

I know that after I get my degree in biology I have to go to graduate school to get my doctorate. I know you can pay for college through scholarships, but how do you get scholarships for grad school? #graduate-school #phd...

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Active Dec 25 '17 at 23:01

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Posted by Ivy H.’s Avatar Ivy H.
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Win Matsuda | PhD Student in Industrial/Organizational Psychology Many PhD programs, especially the more highly ranked ones, will provide ...

Biochemical Engineering from Biochemistry Degree

I'm about to enter my final year of a BSc Biochemistry degree in the UK. I would really like to go on to become a biochemical engineer but i'm not sure exactly what further study (if any) or graduate program that I would need to complete in order to do so. I would also be more than happy to...

#biochemistry #bioengineering #working-abroad #graduate-recruitment #graduate

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:41

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Jobin Jose Maliyil | Bioprocess engineer Dear Sean, Biochemical engineering is about applying principles of chemical engineering ...

Let's say I pursue an M.A. and want to get into a more prestigious university. What kinds of things do M.A. programs look for from applicants?

I'm thinking about pursuing my master's degree in another university after graduating #professor #graduate-school #graduate #academic-advising #graduate-recruitment...

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Active Sep 21 '17 at 15:08

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Garrett Gollehon | AML Analyst at PricewaterhouseCoopers - Service Delivery Center ... Hey mario, There are a few things that prestigious schools look ...

Should I spend less time and money in college but graduate with a less desirable degree for my intended career?

Hi! My name's Keegan and I'm currently an undergraduate student in the honors program at Tulane University. After seeing and realizing the financial burden of my first semester here on both my family and my future self, I started thinking about changing my previous plan of a 3+2 year dual...

#graduate-recruitment #automotive #graduate-school #mathematics-education #mathematics #mechanical-engineering #physics

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:42

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Nick Goodwin | Engineering Program Manager Hi Keegan, I agree with sam, if you're interested in the ...

Does a lack of summer internship threaten you're success in applications after graduation?

A summer internship during college is highly coveted but obtaining one is highly competitive and very difficult. Thus, by not having one in your second year of university, are you jeopardising post-university plans? Or will finding an alternative job or volunteering role be as useful? #college...

#university #internships #student #graduate-recruitment #graduate

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Active Feb 27 at 08:08

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Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Hi Anaka! You asked a very important question. Let me clear ...

How many graduate programs should one apply to?

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:50

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Stephanie Murnen | Sr. Manager, Surgical Gloves Marketing at Cardinal Health I would apply to several types of schools to ensure you're ...

Is it worth taking out student loans for graduate school programs? Will I ever be out of debt?

Currently applying to graduate schools. Private school programs are so expensive. #college #graduate-school #scholarships #student-loans #debt...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:50

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Posted by Debra Z.’s Avatar Debra Z.
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Alyse Henning | Self-Employed Tutor It very much has to do with what you are majoring ...

What do graduate schools focus on in the admissions process?

I have heard that graduate programs will first look at GPA, which will then remove the unqualified students. #graduate-school #college-admissions #masters #college-recruiting #graduate-recruitment...

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matthew adeleye’s Avatar Jeff Sloan’s Avatar
Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:50

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Posted by Debra Z.’s Avatar Debra Z.
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matthew adeleye Depending on the school, but most universities in Canada will first ...

What time of year do most graduate job applications close?

Obviously I am aware it varies but is there a certain time slot throughout the year where most graduate job applications are open? When do they typically start to close? #job #graduate #job-search #first-job #graduate-recruitment...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:51

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Posted by Georgia B.’s Avatar Georgia B.
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John Noble | Principal at Noble Career Strategies Hi, Georgia: you are correct in assuming that the timing depends ...

Is taking a year out of university/college to gain a year of experience in industry really necessary?

Obviously gaining industry experience before graduating is great but how important would you rate it? Would it strongly differentiate between two potential candidates? How valued for a graduate job would it be? Even if the experience isn't completely relevant to the job. Are graduates looked...

#student-recruiting #graduate-recruitment #industry #graduate #job #graduate-programs #computer-science

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Active Feb 27 at 08:07

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Posted by Georgia B.’s Avatar Georgia B.
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Eric Willisson | Software Engineer at Google I agree with Joanne. Internships are a great way to get ...

For a college graduate: If you could go back to your freshman year of college, what is one thing you wish you would have known, and one thing that you would do differently?

I know that now, as a senior in high school, there are a few things that I wish I could go back and tell my younger self... such as "don't worry about what other people think of you," "be more outgoing," and "apply for more scholarships your junior summer." In the same way, I am sure that...

#graduate-recruitment #career-goals #experience #graduate #college-jobs #graduate-school #college-major #first-job

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:32

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Posted by Emily H.’s Avatar Emily H.
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Cicily Smith | Communications Student/ Office Professional What I wish I knew as a Freshman? socializing is not ...

Choosing a post-baccalaureate program vs. masters degree vs. non-matriculation to improve my grades before applying to vet school?

I am in a position where the degree I am receiving (BS, MS) does not directly apply to veterinary medicine. I have taken some pre-requisite classes ("pre-vet reqs"), but in some I have received less than stellar grades. I am also completely missing some pre-requisites like upper level biology...

#graduate-recruitment #prerequisites #veterinary #graduate-school #college #medical-education #career-path #academic-advising

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:50

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Posted by Jackie G.’s Avatar Jackie G.
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matthew adeleye Go for a Master degree...this will help in the future when ...
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