In this BusinessBecause Presents webinar, delivered in partnership with Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business, we reveal all you need to know about securing a coveted spot on the STEM MBA.
BusinessBecause senior writer, Shannon Cook, speaks with J.R. McGrath, executive director of masters admissions at Tepper, to tell you everything you need to know about applying to the STEM MBA program.
Key takeaways from this webinar:
→ Get an overview of the application process for the Carnegie Mellon MBA, and discover what this leading US business school looks for in its MBA candidates
→ Hear about the benefits of studying a STEM MBA that blends data analysis and computer science learnings with general management skills
→ Get top application tips and advice to help you ace your MBA application
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Carnegie Mellon: Tepper
Honest Opinion on CMU
Finding yourself in CMU is such a great blessing. The amazing and great professors and lots of networking opportunities. I was in the faculty of engineering and here the course work was very interesting. The lecturers were very strict and couldn't accept late submission of assignments and work given. This made us very focused. The students are generally good and friendly
Excellence and Academic Integrity
CMU is one of the top class universities in Pittsburgh. It is a multi-diverse university with high regard for academic integrity, excellence, and innovation. It consists of different programs and departments that work together to achieve a common goal. I enjoy the convenience of moving from one building to the other. The faculty and staff are super friendly. It is relatively easy to make connections with other students, especially where collaboratory research is necessary. I would definitely recommend CMU to anyone looking for a muti-diverse academic experience.
Stressful yet worthwhile
I've been genuinely impressed with the fusion of creativity and innovation at CMU. The professors are a mixed bag-- some are great and life-changing, but I had a couple (mostly gen eds in freshman year) that were really frustrating. The workload can be intense, and it's no joke. Campus was very lively; clubs, events, etc. – there's something for everyone. Pittsburgh in general has some areas that are great, and others that disappoint-- Oakland is a very nice university town area. Overall, CMU is a hotbed of innovation and learning, but the pace and location do come into play.
Quite demanding here
Carnegie Mellon is a demanding academic institution where students are expected to put in a lot of effort. Despite the challenging coursework and constant workload, this environment teaches you how to speak for yourself and stand up for what you believe in. The institution also has a strong graduate network, which helps you succeed in the job hunt both while you are enrolled there and after