One of my previous clients, a member of Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business MBA class of 2013, was kind enough to answer my questions about his experience. CMU2013 provided the following description of himself: “I am a government official, sponsored by the Japanese government. I chose Tepper School of Business to brush up my analytical skills predicated on quantitative tools.
Now I am really enjoying my MBA trip with a lot of great students and plants! In addition to the MBA, Tepper established fact for its Master in Computational Finance. CMU2013 provides great insight into one of the most (if not the most) quantitatively rigorous MBA programs. Adam: From what extent do you consider the school’s objective declaration has impacted what you discovered at the school so far?
CMU2013: Huge impact. Tepper’s objective statement shows several key factors, such as problem-solving, leadership, and teamwork. Predicated on this concept, Tepper MBA course covers a lot of analytical classes, and most classes impose teamwork tasks on students. Adam: What parts of the program perhaps you have liked the most? CMU2013: I really like abundant analytical classes in this school.
There are plenty of opportunities to boost problem-solving skills, especially quantitative and data-analytical skills. Furthermore, several dual degree programs with other schools are possible, including Computational Finance, Public Policy, and Software Engineering. It takes only two years to get these levels if you spend summer break taking extra classes. And, the institution size is small enough (the tiniest in the very best 20!) to be tight-knit community.
Class size itself is also small, so we can closely talk with professor very. Basically I am satisfied with this program really, but if any, I really do not like the tiny number of qualitative classes available in the program. There is a flip side to everything. This school provides lots of plants classes, so there are relatively not so many qualitative classes.
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Adam: What has most amazed you about your first calendar year? CMU2013: I was surprised to find that the college provides us with a great environment to nourish cooperative culture. Almost all MBA applicants, including me, know Tepper as a super-hard college. And Tepper is not well-known for cooperative culture as other institutions, but I came across that School itself plans a lot of events every week for students to work together, every day and of course students also plan many parties almost.
Event level itself is small, and because of that, almost all participants know each other very well. Adam: How do you describe the culture of the business enterprise school? CMU2013: I could say Tepper school of business is small, tight-knit, cooperative, and quantitative. Through the first half a year, every student is pressured to work with a great many other students in almost all classes jointly. Tepper is pleased with this teamwork-based curriculum, in which we learn how to help each other to optimize the output. In a hard quantitative class, most students work together to help understand the concept even if they’re not supposed to do so. Adam: Do you actually have any time for clubs?
If so, those are you active in? CMU2013: Yes, I do have time. I am active in Technology and Business, Biopharma, Volleyball, Asian Business Association, and Net Impact. Tepper is well known for just one of the hard school, so golf club users do not always participate. For club activity, if you succeeded in joining the club board, you’ll have a great opportunity to manage a club event. Indeed, I am a vice-chief executive of Marketing in Asian Business Association and revel in might work with other panel members. Adam: Are there any common characteristics you find amongst your classmates?
Adam: Are there any changes coming to the institution? CMU2013: New dean says clearly that he’ll change policies to boost Tepper MBA rank. I’ve no basic idea about what will he change, but this will need to have some results on admission plan. For example, required GMAT rating may change. Adam: What are you doing this summer? CMU2013: I’ll just work at OECD in Paris for two months. As being a consultant, I will investigate what’s going on in a global market of choice fuels, such as hydrogen gasoline, bio-ethanol, and electric vehicle.