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How To Get Into A Top Business School For A Master’s Degree
Source: http://ow.ly/DYnP30pYU9y | Author: Bethany Garner
Want to get into a top master’s degree program? Anna Bacigalupi, head of admissions for MIP Politecnico Di Milano’s MSc programs, tells you what they look for
What sort of profile does a top business school like MIP Politecnico di Milano usually look for in their master’s degree students?
MIP’s master’s programs are designed for fresh graduates with less than three years of work experience.
Candidates can apply for these programs starting in September 2020 if they have obtained their bachelor’s or master’s degree not earlier than 2017.
Candidates who have obtained their bachelor’s or master’s degree before 2017 can consider our International MBA program, with specializations in Luxury & Design, Big Data & Digital Transformation, or Entrepreneurship & Innovation.
For some master’s programs, a specific bachelor’s degree and minimum GPA might be required. MIP places a strong emphasis on the overall profile of the candidate.
In addition to fulfilling these general acceptance criteria, candidates must pass a selection interview conducted online or via skype, and submit a detailed cover letter highlighting their achievements.
MIP expects candidates to have an entrepreneurial mindset and a humble attitude.
MIP’s candidate wish-list
Candidates are evaluated based on the following parameters:
- Professional and academic background
- Hard, soft and digital skills
- Team management and leadership skills
- Behavior in groups and teams
- English language proficiency
- Personality–strengths, weaknesses, and areas of improvement
- Interest in studying in Italy
- Interest in MIP Politecnico di Milano and its programs
- Short and long term plans and objectives
To help applicants, MIP offers a personalized service throughout the selection process, too.
A dedicated recruiter helps applicants to organize a personalized info-session over skype, phone, or in person to guide them on the programs suitable for their profiles, application procedures and scholarship opportunities.
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