You made it! After suffering during month preparing the application for the IE Master Degree, getting the essays right, find your recommenders, you finally submit your application. Clicking the SUBMIT button of the online application, relieves adrenalin: DONE but just second afterwards doubts will come up if everything was fine. What if I didn’t answer…Details
Following a session on the admissions process at IE Business School in Singapore, here is a presentation which details the steps to take to gain admission to IE.
Starting in May 2011, IE accepts the CAIA exams, (Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst), both Level I and Level II, as a replacement to the GMAT or GRE exam, one of the admissions requirement to IE´s Masters in Finance programs. Before that, earlier this year, IE also officially started to accept CFA Level I as a substitute for GMAT or…Details
Many candidates struggle with the concept of NO DEADLINE in the application process at IE as they don’t know when to submit their application. This post aims to clarify the concept and provides recommendations on when to apply. IE operates a rolling admissions process which allos candidates for the Master programs to apply all year around.…Details
At IE Business School, we take a holistic approach to evaluating each candidate. We look at every aspect of your application; as such no single element is of unique importance within evaluation, but rather a compilation of all the elements submitted.
Between those submitted elements are the letters of recommendation, fundamental in “adding score points in the path to admission” as Julian Trigo, Director of Admissions at IE Business School. He also addressed that ”finding the right recommenders is crucial” to get to know the strenghts and weaknesses of a candidate applying to the International MBA program.
Here are some tips when choosing your recommenders:Details