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In 250-500 words total, respond to the following prompts:
Describe your short-term and long-term post-graduation goals.
Given the fluctuation of economic and industry hiring trends, identify a back-up plan should your short-term goal not be immediately attainable.
How does your past education and experience support your career objectives?
Lastly, what aspects of your intended Simon Business School program make it a good choice for your graduate study?
In 25 words or less, provide us with an interesting fact about yourself not expressed elsewhere in your application. (25 word limit)
In 500 words or less, share additional information you think is important in the evaluation of your application, including any concerns you think the Admissions Committee may have regarding your candidacy. (500 word limit)
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The University of Rochester started a small business program in 1958 and awarded its first MBA degree in 1962. However, it was only during the reign of William H. Meckling that the School became one of the leading business schools. Meckling served as a dean for 19 years and incorporated the power of economics to solve business problems. In 1986, the School was renamed as William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration in honor of William E. Simon, a financial entrepreneur and former US treasury who made an enduring financial contribution towards the School’s success.
To advance the understanding and practice of management through rigorous thought leadership.
The Simon Business School has acquired the status of leader in business education and research powerhouse owing to the innovative curriculum that propels the entrepreneurial spirit of its students and gives them the courage to take risks. The School focuses on giving a lasting competitive edge to its students by developing their vision on the future business environment that would enhance their capabilities to effectively manage the dynamic changes of the marketplace. The School instills abilities in its students to anticipate future business scenario and enables them to look beyond what is apparent. The small class size structure, an elite cohort and an analytically driven curriculum foster these abilities in the students. The curriculum is based on the FACt (Frame, Analyze, and Communicate) model that equips students with skills to predict the future of business. The economics-based design of the curriculum and access to real-world tools provides multifarious opportunities for the students to develop their leadership and management skills. The enduring academic framework trains students to identify and capitalize on the business opportunities, and critically analyze complex business challenges. Simon aims at creating powerful business leaders who have adept decision-making skills and are able to communicate their thoughts with precision.
The Global Exchange Program is an opportunity for the students to delve into the emerging markets, financial systems and business community of developing nations of Asia, Latin America and Europe. The School has collaborated with nine other selected international business schools in order to ensure a high quality academic experience for its students. Students immerse themselves into the economy, commerce, and markets of the visiting nation and develop their perspective regarding the global business scenario.
The School is well known for inculcating a cross-functional approach into management education and the Center for Entrepreneurship offers programs and activities that work on these principles. The Entrepreneurship concentration trains students for startup ventures and teaches the nuances of running small businesses. Students learn to write a business plan, finance their new venture, implement their business plan and protect their intellectual property. The internship opportunities offered by the Center facilitates long lasting bonds between the students and senior managers of startup firms. The Center teams up with local businesses, alumni and non-profit organizations in an effort to develop new and effective ways of teaching entrepreneurship and innovation to students. The Center supports student initiated startup ventures by providing financial aid through its $1 million student run Venture Capital Fund.
The Center for Information Intensive Services is a platform that promotes active collaboration of business executives, researchers and students in order to identify the issues that impact information intensive services. The Center conducts regular workshops, and engages students in class projects and internships in an attempt to foster interdisciplinary research. The Center aims at creating a larger pool of management talent by training students for a successful career in Information Intensive Services like financial services, consulting services, supply chain logistics, technical support services and healthcare.
The Center for Pricing trains students on latest and advanced pricing theory and techniques. The School offers a comprehensive Pricing Track that has advanced courses in subjects such as pricing, negotiations, market research, competitive strategy and database marketing. The School’s intention is to train students in pricing strategies and techniques, so that they are able to boost the bottom-line profits of their firms.
The School is housed on the University’s River Campus in Rochester, New York. Rochester was the birthplace of today’s established organizations Kodak, Bausch & Lomb and Xerox. It is a hub for several Fortune 1000 companies, international, national, regional and local companies. Geva Theatre Center is the city’s largest professional theatre. George Eastman House, Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester Contemporary Art Center are the must visit art centers for art lovers. Highland, Cobb’s Hill, Durand Eastman are some of the well-known parks of the city. The city boasts of an array of recreational centers that include swimming pools, artificial ice rinks, baseball fields, tennis courts, football fields and basketball courts. The Lilac Festival displays around 400 varieties of lilacs in the month of May every year.
The Career Management Center CMC has a streamlined process for recruitment, thus enabling better use of time and resources. CMC is committed to the success of students and looks beyond the resume. The career coaches chalk out a career plan for the students after understanding his interests, personality and passions. There are workshops and activities that enhance the soft skills of the students and train them on effective job hunt techniques, resume building, salary negotiations and networking skills. There are mock interview sessions that enhance the interview skills of the students.
THE UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER CREATES A FULLY-WORKING CLOAKING DEVICE