Used to be, certain schools would hardly even consider an applicant without at least three-ish years of post-college work experience. Those particular schools still have a relatively high average number of years of experience for their entering classes but we’re seeing signs of cracks in the walls, where they’re now being more open to considering candidates much younger*.
We’re mostly talking today about places like Columbia and Wharton, though Kellogg and Tuck and Duke could be in this category too.
Premium content starts here…
Premium content ends. Not yet a blahg member? Buy access to all the snark here!
Tell us what you think.