How to Master the Business School Application Process
4 Steps to Success With This Free Webinar
Are you ready to take the next step in your educational journey? For the first time, the HHL Admissions Team has broken down the business school application process into four comprehensive steps. The team has helped hundreds of students successfully apply to HHL and is now passing on all that knowledge to you.
To access the free webinar just request access to the replay via the blue button below. While you wait for the recording to hit your mailbox, take a look at the first two steps you’ll need to follow to master the business school application process.
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Mastering the business school application process
The HHL Admissions Team is sharing the first two steps to a succesfull application process with you. Let’s dive on in!
Step 1: Check business school requirements
Before you start your application, be sure you have a comprehensive overview of the business school’s requirements and admissions criteria. These are commonly known as hard facts. Most schools will have a list of criteria you need to fulfill in order to be considered for an application. Some requirements, such as the GMAT, language and entry tests often require you to sign-up and study in advance. Creating a list of all the hard facts makes it easy to stay on track.
Step 2: Get your application documents ready
Once you know what admission criteria your business school requires, it is time to get your documents ready. Your CV, motivational letter and letter of recommendation will need to stand out among the competition. The HHL Admissions Team has ready hundreds of applications and is there to help you stand out among the crowd.
In the webinar, they share exactly which documents you need to hand in, what your motivational letter should include and what to do if you haven’t received the recommendation letter yet.
Step 3 will help you prepare for the admission interview, while Step 4 teaches you about the Dos and Don’ts during an admission process.
Request the full webinar for steps 3 and 4!