) webinar, Submit your application by pm Pacific Time, including your letters of reference and application fee payment.We cannot guarantee that we will review information sent to the MBA Admissions Office after the deadline of the round in which you apply.Please do not include your short-answer response in your essays upload; use the text boxes provided in the application. It gives you more opportunity to show those times when you’ve made a difference.
They are comfortable expressing emotion and their values, and their actions reflect both, but particularly the latter.
Think purpose-driven, principled lives and leadership. More than anything else, initiative and self-awareness characterize the successful Stanford MBA applicant.
Implication: You have to know your values and those times you have acted upon them.
Yes I wrote that a few seconds ago, but it bears repeating. Everest or suffering from terrible social ills is not a requirement of admission, but you do have to know the person occupying your skin.
Go deeper and be more distinctive in your writing so that you really tie your goals to different facets of Stanford’s MBA program.
Length Both essays combined may not exceed 1,150 words.In terms of its application, Stanford is once again re-using its essay questions.And there’s good reason for the recycling: These are excellent questions that succinctly get to the heart of what Stanford wants to know about you.We recommend up to 750 words for Essay A and up to 400 words for Essay B.We often find effective essays written in far fewer words.By Linda Abraham, president and founder of Accepted.Linda earned her bachelors and MBA at UCLA, and has been advising applicants since 1994 when she founded Accepted.Describe your aspirations and how your Stanford GSB experience will help you realize them.If you are applying to both the MBA and MSx programs, use Essay B to address your interest in both programs.What people, insights, or experiences have shaped your perspectives? Before you put finger to keyboard or pen to paper, really reflect on what you value, how you have acted upon those principles, and why you live by them. They are always the ones who showed, especially in Essay A, that they do not turn away when they see a problem or need for action.This superficially straightforward question has been Stanford’s first for at least the last seventeen years, but it is actually one of the most difficult, if not the most difficult MBA essay questions to answer. They grab the initiative when faced with an opportunity to contribute.