MBA Resume for Admissions Process: An Overview
Almost all the B-schools ask for an updated resume as a part of the application process. This resume is quite different from a job/professional resume and every serious applicant must ensure preparing a neat, professional MBA Resume for the competitive application process to the global MBA Programs.
MBA Resume Tips
People who read your resume are generally with non-technical background. Hence, make your resume qualitatively strong and easy to be understood by a lay man.
Use it as a medium to show your professional maturity.
Focus on awards & achievements, promotions, team handling, training & development, international exposure, and versatility.
Avoid subjective, unsubstantiated claims; quantify the achievements.
Ensure that the Resume looks neat; bad formatting, grammatical errors, typos are signs of lack os maturity and are a clear turn-off.
If you have less than eight years’ experience, make sure to have one page resume, especially for non-Indian schools.
You may include a career objective at top of your resume.
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How do the Students Enrolled with us Benefit?
We provide two tried and tested formats to our students. At least one of the two, normally both, formats suits everybody. We also provide feedback after the student prepares his/her resume.