What happens if you get laid off while you’re applying to business school? Or if you just can’t stand your job anymore and you quit? (After all, with those awesome apps you’ve submitted, you’re going to be leaving in a few months anyway, right? Why not just tell your boss to shove it now? A…
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If I quit my job after accepting an offer and submitting a deposit. Do I need to inform the school?
@Lemonize – no definitely not, no need to say anything to the adcom then! It’s expected that you would be doing exactly that!
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