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Women at Texas McCombs

Today, Texas McCombs celebrates Women’s Equality Day, which commemorates the 19th amendment to the U.S. Constitution, granting some women the right to vote 100 years ago in 1920. The Texas McCombs MBA program is proud to have made strides to increase the number of women in our programs, but in both business and business education, we acknowledge there is still much progress to made toward gender parity.  Meet some of our Texas McCombs women who are already leading the way below.

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Susan Alvarez, Texas McCombs MBA Class of 2021

Susan Alvarez
Full-Time MBA Class of 2021

“It’s important to understand that not all populations are treated equally, and pivotal to help make a change in the right direction.”

Tell us about yourself. What led you to pursue an MBA?

I am a double Longhorn and did my undergrad at UT. Afterward, I was in the Army ROTC and then was commissioned into the army as a Second Lieutenant. I served eight years as a Logistics Officer and during that time, I did two combat deployments in Afghanistan in 2014  and Iraq in 2017. I am now happily married to my husband, Michael, who served in the Army for nine years and is also getting his MBA at McCombs.

The decision to pursue an MBA was honestly difficult for me initially. I loved being in the Army and the work I was doing but being a dual-military couple comes at a heavy price. At the time we decided to leave the Army, Michael and I had been married for five years but had actually lived together for only 18 months. We were on opposing deployment schedules and spent the majority of our marriage apart. In 2016, I interviewed for company command, got the next position in my career path, and two weeks later was on a plane to Kuwait for my second deployment. There never seemed to be a “good time” to have a child and at some point, we had to ask ourselves if what we were doing was best for our goals and our family. Pursuing an MBA would provide me the stability and reassurance necessary to grow a family without the fear of work dictating my life’s choices.

Tell us about being a woman in the workplace and in the military. What has your experience been like, and did this influence your decision to choose McCombs?

As a woman in the army or in the workplace in general, there’s always the thought of maintaining a delicate personality balance; the slight fear of coming off too abrasive, or being too nice and getting taken advantage of. My dad told me years ago, “Don’t ever let them see you cry. Excuse yourself and cry in privacy so that they don’t see you as weak.” He served over 20 years in the Army and tried his best to prepare me. I’ve learned that no leadership style is all-encompassing. You can’t expect to treat every soldier the same and receive the same level of output. You have to make quick mental assessments and be willing to adapt to changing situations.

What do you look forward to in regards to women’s equity? Have you seen change or progress being made at McCombs? 

We’ve come so far from where we were and it is incredible to see the progress we’ve made. I am the President of the McCombs Texas Veterans in Business, where women make up ten percent of our student veteran population. My hope is to inspire other female veterans to take on leadership positions and normalize women in higher ranking roles. I am also a member of the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, an organization dedicated to boosting the representation of underrepresented American minorities in the business sector. It’s important to understand that not all populations are treated equally, and pivotal to help make a change in the right direction.

 

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Jacqueline Newell, Texas McCombs MBA Class of 2021

Jacqueline Newell
Full-Time MBA Class of 2021

“Women can have a complementary perspective to situations that break up group think or confirmation biases.”

Tell me about yourself and background. What led you to pursue an MBA?

I’m an officer in the U.S. Army with over 18 years of service. I have a background in logistics, but have worked in the Strategic Organizational Design and Development field for the last 10 years and was recently promoted to Lieutenant Colonel. I’m married; my husband retired from the Army in 2016. We have a daughter starting her sophomore year in high school. We were most recently stationed in Wiesbaden, Germany—outside Frankfurt—before coming to Austin for school.

The Army offers a program whereby officers can apply for full-time Master’s degrees fully sponsored by the Army. I saw this as a good time in my career to pursue a Master’s, and I believe having an MBA will not only help me be better at what I do for the Army, but also help me mentor junior officers as they progress in our field.

Tell us about being a woman in the workplace and in the military. What has your experience been like, and did this influence your decision to choose McCombs?

I think being a woman in the military is a great opportunity! Women can have a complementary perspective to situations that break up group think or confirmation biases. This can drive problem solving and innovation. While it may seem intimidating to be in a male-dominated industry, and to offer a different perspective, it is necessary.

I have also found that if I focus on building up the teams I’ve worked on— and sometimes even building teams where none previously existed— the goals were always achieved and the teams have been successful. The collaborative environment of the Texas McCombs MBA was a great fit for this type of leadership style I’ve been developing.

What do you look forward to in regards to women’s equity? Have you seen some change or progress been made at McCombs?

I think it’s challenging to separate and discern correlations and causations when looking at outcomes and women’s equity. What I think is important is the culture and environment that welcomes and promotes women. Texas McCombs has done well to encourage and promote women leaders and give women a voice.

 

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Lola Sholola, Texas McCombs Class of 2020

Lola Sholola
Full-Time MBA Class of 2020

“I am mostly looking forward to experiencing a complete shift in mindset with respect to how women are perceived, and for women to be considered equal to their male counterparts.”

Tell me about yourself and background. What led you to pursue an MBA, and why McCombs?

I consider myself an “East Coast girl” since I grew up in the D.C. area, though I was born in Lagos, Nigeria. I always had a knack for numbers, so I majored in Actuarial Science at Morgan State University, an HBCU located in Baltimore, MD. Upon graduation, I accepted a role at Liberty Mutual and was relocated to Seattle, WA to join their Analytics Development Program. I stayed at the company for about four years, moved through a variety of roles and gained product management expertise. However, I wanted to explore business more broadly and gain a better understanding on how to lead and run a business unit; hence, my reason for obtaining an MBA degree.

McCombs sort of fell on my lap, to be honest. I started my MBA application process two years into my job at Liberty Mutual and knew I had to attend as many MBA conferences and recruiting events as possible in the Seattle area. As it turns out, an organization called the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management (CGSM) hosted a webinar on “Why MBA” and “Why CGSM” and almost half of the CGSM alumni hosts were Texas McCombs alums. After the session, I stayed back to chat with a few of them and fell in love with their personalities. I made up my mind to do more research about the program; from there, things took off. I graduated this past May and I’m currently working at Walmart in a Finance and Strategy role I love.

What has your experience been like as a woman in the workplace and at McCombs?

Broadly speaking, being a woman is tough in the workplace. I like to consider myself a feminist: I wholeheartedly believe in equal opportunity and treatment for all. Unfortunately, that has not always been my experience and there is still a large pay gap between men and women in the world.

At McCombs, I joined GWiB (Graduate Women in Business) because of its mission to lead toward equality. It provides a space for women to develop their skills professionally and personally. It was an opportunity for me to support organizations working to empower women.

What do you look forward to in regards to women’s equity? Have you seen some change or progress been made at McCombs?

I am mostly looking forward to experiencing a complete shift in mindset with respect to how women are perceived and for women to be considered equal to their male counterparts. There is still a pay gap between men and women in the world. Will this perception ever change? I certainly hope so. Presently, it is difficult to find women CEOs, not just in the U.S. but globally. I think we need to see more women having a seat at the table. Have I seen changes at McCombs? Yes, certainly from a recruiting perspective. McCombs is also a member of Forté Foundation, an organization that provides women with higher education and professional development opportunities. Overall, it is a work-in-progress and McCombs is aware of this and consistently working with GWiB to increase male allies and support.

 

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Clara Kraft Borges, Texas McCombs MBA Class of 2022

Clara Kraft Borges
Full-Time MBA Class of 2022

You’ll see that a lot of amazing powerful women out there who are willing to talk, help and just uplift one another.”

Tell me about yourself and background. What led you to pursue an MBA, and why McCombs?

I’m a returning Longhorn. After graduating from UT Austin’s Moody School of Communications, I started a career in Digital Marketing. Prior to MBA, I was working as a Marketing Manager at a startup that was founded in my hometown in Brazil. What led me to an MBA was a desire to learn and help others. I saw that with an MBA I could advance my career, and by doing so, help other people who didn’t have the same opportunities as me. I chose McCombs because I know first-hand about the quality of education at UT Austin, as well as its diverse environment.

What has your experience been like as a woman in the workplace, and what are you looking forward to at McCombs? 

In my experience, being a woman in the workplace means having to put in more work and energy to achieve the same results as your male counterparts that are usually the majority at companies. This is the case not only with women but other minorities as well. While this can be frustrating, I’ve also found that women have supported each other, both in the workplace and outside. We’re shifting from a time when women were seen as jealous of one another to a culture where women support and speak up for each other, which makes me very hopeful for the future.

I’m a proud Forté Fellow. The possibility of joining Forté was one of the biggest points that influenced me to choose McCombs. I’m looking forward to being part of a network of amazing women and being able to pay it forward during my lifetime.

What do you look forward to in regards to women’s equity, and what words of advice would you give women considering getting their MBA?

I mainly look forward to seeing an increased awareness of the inequalities that affect women in the workplace. I spent several years of my career without perceiving workplace situations that favored men, or situations where a woman’s opinion wasn’t heard. It’s painful to acknowledge that this happens, but I believe it’s the first step to bridging this inequality. The second step is speaking up. To women considering getting their MBA, I’d advise you to reach out to other women that you admire or would like to meet, and you’ll see that a lot of amazing powerful women out there are willing to talk, help and just uplift one another. Work on creating a network of women that you admire and you’ll go very far!

Everything You Need to Know About the Texas McCombs MBA COVID-19 Test Waiver

 

Standardized exams like the GRE, GMAT, EA, TOEFL & IELTS help us to evaluate a candidate’s academic preparedness for the rigor of business school and is one metric used to compare candidates within a large pool of applicants.

In addition, studying for and taking the exam – for some, even taking it multiple times can show the admissions committee your commitment to the competitive business school application process and how you may approach academic challenges as a student. 

However, we understand that many are experiencing hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic and that these challenges may be affecting your applications plans and ability to take an exam. Due to the unprecedented circumstances, we are providing applicants who are unable to take an exam in person or online the opportunity to petition for a test score waiver.

Here, our Admissions Team answers some questions you might have about the Texas McCombs MBA COVID-19 test waiver, including who the waiver is for and how it might impact your application. 

Who is eligible for a COVID-19 test waiver? 

Applicants who meet both of the criteria below have the opportunity to petition for a special test waiver:

  • You are unable to take an exam in-person at a designated testing center due to lack of availability in your region, or because you or someone in your household is immunocompromised, AND  
  • You are unable to take an exam online due to lack of availability in your region, technology or other test-taking requirements (e.g. device availability or compatibility, slow internet connection, testing environment) 

If you do not meet both of these criteria, we require that you complete the standardized tests prior to submitting your application.Both GMAC and ETS have introduced remote testing options for the GMAT, GRE, EA, and TOEFL exams for candidates impacted by coronavirus, and the majority of testing centers have re-opened globally with stringent health and safety precautions.   

How do I request a COVID-19 test waiver? 

If you meet both requirements above and would like to request a COVID-19 test waiver, please email TexasMBA@mccombs.utexas.edu to receive a link to the petition and to learn more about the test exception process 

Is there a deadline to request a COVID-19 test waiver? 

The test waiver petition must be approved by the admissions committee before you submit your application to McCombs. The admissions committee may take up to five business days to review your petition, so please follow the timeline below to meet the application round deadlines. At this time, test waiver petitions are only being accepted for the following application deadlines.  The admissions committee will start accepting test exception petitions for later application deadlines after the new year.  

  Submit Petition By…  …For Application Deadline  Submit Petition By…  …For Application Deadline 
Full Time MBA  October 6, 2020  October 13, 2020   December 18, 2020  January 5, 2021  
MBA at Houston  October 20, 2020  October 27, 2020  January 26, 2021  February 2, 2021 
MBA at DFW  October 20, 2020  October 27, 2020  January 26, 2021  February 2, 2021 
Evening MBA  October 20, 2020  October 27, 2020    
Executive MBA     January 26, 2021  February 2, 2021 

How does a test waiver impact my application? 

If you are approved for the COVID-19 test waiver, you may be asking yourself, “What are my chances for admission?” 

The truth is that by removing one component from your application, your other components will carry more weight in the committee’s final decision. Below are some items to consider as you craft your application. 

Academic History 

Does your undergraduate or graduate transcript accurately reflect your academic ability? If your GPA is low, and you do not submit a GMAT or GRE score, the admissions committee may have concerns about your ability to succeed in the rigorous MBA curriculum.  

One other factor to consider is whether or not your quantitative ability shines elsewhere in your application. While many of our MBA students come to McCombs from non-quantitative majors, these applicants are typically able to prove their quant prowess through the GMAT or GRE. If you come from a non-quantitative background and qualify for a test waiver, you will need to find other areas within your background or experience that can demonstrate your quantitative skills. At the end of the day, we want to make sure that you are set up to succeed academically in the program. If the admissions committee has concerns about your quantitative ability, it may impact your chance of admission, or you may be required to complete pre-MBA coursework prior to admission and/or prior to enrollment.  

Work Experience 

Your work experience will be reviewed thoroughly by the committee for leadership potential, progression and/or increasing responsibilities, and achievements. Generally, the level of responsibility someone has within a company correlates positively to how they will perform in a rigorous graduate educational program.  For those with less than the average work experience, a standardized test score may make your application more competitive. 

If you have any professional certifications, such as the CPA, CFA, Series 7, or others – be sure to highlight these on your resume and within your application, as attaining these types of certifications helps show the committee your academic readiness.  Advanced or terminal degrees should also be highlighted.  

Career Goals 

If your post-MBA career goal is to work in management consulting or investment banking, employers in these industries may ask that you provide your GMAT score when applying for internships or full-time positions. If you qualify for a test waiver and are considering pursuing post-MBA jobs in these industries, it is important that you are aware of this before enrolling because you may end up having to take the exam to apply for these roles. 

Scholarships 

Scholarship awards are competitive and limited in number. Scholarship decisions are based on a longstanding holistic review process that takes into account your entire application and serves to assess the overall strength of your candidacy, including readiness for academic rigor, career goals, leadership potential, and fit with our program culture. Submitting an application without a test score may limit the information available to award a merit-based scholarship  

One other note: Admission deferral requests for the Full-Time MBA program will not be considered if you gain admission to Texas McCombs and have a test exception. 

What if I’m an international student and am not able to take the TOEFL or IELTS? 

If you are an international student who does not qualify for our standard TOEFL/IELTS waiver based on work experience and/or education history, but you meet the criteria for a COVID-19 test waiver, you may be asked to prove your mastery of English via other avenues, such as a meeting with an admissions committee member or an additional essay request. In addition, if admitted you may be required to enroll in and pay for the pre-MBA Business English Program, which occurs in June 2021.  

Final Thoughts on the COVID-19 Test Waiver

The COVID-19 test waiver is intended only for those who cannot take the exams in person or virtually due to circumstances beyond their control.  If you qualify for a test waiver and believe that your application will not be negatively impacted by the lack of a test score, we encourage you to submit the petition and apply when you are ready. However, it is important to remember that we have multiple application rounds for a reason! For some, it may be best to wait to apply until you can submit with test score in-hand.  The decision will be different for every applicant, and we encourage you to approach this thoughtfully.   

We wish you well during these difficult times. Please contact us if you have any questions, and best of luck on your application! 

When Should You Submit Your MBA Application?

The 2020-2021 Full-Time MBA application will open soon, and the Admissions Committee is accepting applications in four rounds this cycle. We usually receive questions about application deadlines and whether or not it matters when you submit your application– Round 1, 2, 3 or 4.

You should NEVER rush to submit your MBA application simply to take advantage of “more spots.” – The Admissions Committee’s best application round advice

Timing is a key factor in your overall application strategy. A lot of details go into deciding which round to apply, and one answer is not right for everyone. So, let’s break it down by round so you can get a clearer picture of when might be the best time for you to hit “Submit.”

Round One

Round 1 is a good choice for a couple of reasons:

  1. It is our first priority scholarship deadline– If you want to be considered for all merit-based scholarships, Round 1 is your best shot. As each round closes, our scholarship funding pool decreases.
  2.  All of our spots are still available! Plus, historically we’ve received fewer applications in R1 than in R2.

But, the best piece of advice for any round is that you should NEVER rush to submit your MBA application simply to take advantage of “more spots” or “more funding.”  Once you submit your application, you cannot “re-submit” a stronger application in a later round for the same term of entry. If you skip important preparation, including a formal test prep, articulating your “why MBA,” or conducting research just to be able to submit in Round 1, you could end up with a test score and application that doesn’t reflect you at your best.

In any case, submitting in Round 1 might not be a good idea, especially if you know that you can improve a component of your application. Waiting to apply until all aspects of your application are strong is always the best approach.

Round Two

Applying later is okay, too! If we filled up the class in Round 1, the Admissions Committee might be out of a job by February. Round 2 is traditionally our largest round, and receives many strong applicants. Scholarships and fellowships are still available and all information and data included in your application help the Admission Committee allocate scholarship awards. In short: A strong application will stand out in any round.

Round Three

Round 3 tends to be a smaller round. Many applicants in Round 3 simply didn’t realize an MBA was an option or on their radar until later in the application cycle. Historically, we always have spots available in Round 3 (which is why we have a Round 3), but each year the number variesWe can’t say it enough– A strong, complete, well-researched application always stands out.

It’s also worth noting that for international students this is the last round to apply.

Round Four

Round 4 is the newest round– an opportunity for those in a similar situation as Round 3, and for those not wanting to wait until next cycle. Many of the applicants who apply in this round are engaging in the MBA process later due to career, life, and employment changes or goals. Others will apply in this round because they are ready to start in the fall rather than waiting another year. Due to the limited and competitive nature of funding, one can expect a decrease in scholarship availability.

Before you hit “Submit,” points to keep in mind:

  • Submit your application only when you’re 99.9% ready. Supplemental application materials submitted after a round deadline are risky, since there is no guarantee the Admissions Committee will see them. Once your file is read, we will not re-review again based upon new information received post-deadline.
  • Don’t wait until the last minute! We are not able to accept applications submitted after 11:59pm CT on the day of the deadline. Technical difficulties plague applicants every round, every year. Stay aware of deadlines the best you can, so you don’t become a cautionary tale. In the interest of a fair process, we don’t make exceptions to our deadlines, no matter what reason you have for a late submission.
  • Be patient. The Admissions Committee does not begin reviewing applications until the round deadline has passed. In other words, you might be far ahead and submit your application in August, but we won’t begin reviewing any submissions until after the Round 1 deadline in October.
  • The Admissions Committee does not provide individual feedback on applications, out of fairness to all applicants and due to the volume of requests we receive.

If you feel good about your application, we encourage you to apply but if you aren’t ready yet (i.e.: You need to retake your GMAT/GRE, rework your essay, or wait for a promotion at work to come through), don’t risk it– wait until you’re confident in your application before hitting the “Submit” button.

We look forward to reviewing your application this year, and are always here to answer your questions about applying. Hook ’em!

eQual MBAs #Pride Stories

As Pride Month comes to an end, Texas McCombs would like to highlight how our Engaged Queer & Ally (eQual) MBAs organization has continued to support the McCombs and Austin communities, share resources and organize exclusively in a digital platform to celebrate Pride this year. Despite being in the middle of a global pandemic, McCombs students continue to stay engaged, as world-changing leaders committed to serving our many diverse communities.

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eQual MBA students at Texas McCombs

Who are eQual MBAs?

Engaged Queer & Ally (eQual) MBAs, McCombs’ LGBTQ+ affinity group, is dedicated to promoting diversity & inclusion in the @utexasmba program & community at large. Every year, they’re committed to recruiting more LGBTQ+ prospective students, organizing regular events, connecting to alumni, and building relationships with allies and sponsors. Furthermore, through their efforts, eQual MBAs bring forth educational discussions to McCombs about gender and sexuality, advocate for allyship and inclusion, and connect members to the larger Austin LQBTQ+ community. Overall, the group is divided into three different pillars: allyship, alumni, and service.

Aside from being full-time MBA students, everyone involved in the organization has faced additional challenges throughout their eQual MBA journey. Despite being the smallest affinity group at Texas McCombs, they continue to grow. Currently, they hold 14 LGBTQ+ members — a record high for the club – along with many allies as members. 2020-2021 co-presidents Andie Parazo and Matt Mason look forward to continuing to grow membership and offering support and resources to the LGBTQ+ and ally community at McCombs.

The eQual MBAs organization, to me, means having a community that will always be there to support me. The members of eQual are not only the people that I rely on to help organize events for the advancement of queer and all underrepresented people’s rights, but they are also some of my closest friends in the MBA program.

— Matt Mason, eQqual MBAs Co-President, MBA Class of 2021

Allyship, Intersectionality and the Importance of Showing Up

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Considering Your MBA
in Uncertain Times

Dave Jackson is the Senior Admissions Officer for the Texas McCombs MBA at Dallas/Fort Worth program and is a proud McCombs MBA alumnus . He has 20 years of experience in journalism, public relations, and communication. Dave graduated from the MBA program in 2010 amidst the Great Recession. Here, he provides a personal perspective of his time in the program that may be helpful to those currently evaluating an MBA amongst the uncertainty caused by COVID-19. 

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Dave Jackson, Senior Admissions Officer of MBA at Dallas/Fort Worth

I remember sitting in a conference room in the Fall of 2008, in my first year of the Texas McCombs MBA at DFW program. For those who remember that time, we were in the midst of one of the worst recessions in our country’s history as the subprime mortgage crisis brought the financial system to its knees.

The alum standing at the front of the room talking to our class asked, “Who thinks this is a good time to be looking for a job?”

None of us even gave a thought to raising our hands. Most of us were more worried about keeping the jobs we had, let alone finding something new.

He looked at his audience of skeptics and said, “I would argue that this is the best time of all to be looking for a job. Because companies are only hiring people for positions that they know will add value. And those are the jobs you want.”

One simple argument changed our whole perspective on what appeared to be a bleak economic situation.

Now we’re facing another crisis – a public health challenge combined with an economic one. And it’s perfectly rational to ask: Is now the right time to make an investment in an MBA?

This is ultimately a personal question: Everyone has their own set of criteria for what makes a good investment and when is the right time to make it.

Here are a few things to consider:

Return on InvestmentJust as investment advisors recommend that you invest your money for the long-term, recognize that you have many more years ahead in your career and your MBA will pay off over a long period of time. But in thinking more specifically about payback, the most recent GMAC survey of business school alumni found high-levels of both satisfaction and return among both full-time and part-time graduates. Employers value the MBA and despite an uncertain hiring environment, there will be opportunities for good candidates in the future. Additionally McCombs was named No. 1 Best Value among top 20 business schools by U.S. News and World Report, based on the gap between average starting salaries and debt.

NetworkRemember that the concepts of return and value are two different things. While return is more easily quantifiable and you should expect a reasonable payback period, you begin accruing value with your MBA from the day you start, and you continue to accrue that value over the rest of your life. A big part of that value comes from the network you build with your classmates and alumni. As a McCombs student, you instantly join a powerful and passionate network of 500,000+ University of Texas at Austin and 100,000+ McCombs alumni who are eager to help their fellow Longhorns. Being surrounded by a group of smart, goal-oriented, diverse and downright interesting people will give you new perspectives on how to do your work differently, provide you with new tools for solving problems and give you connections (and friendships) that will always be with you throughout your career.

Knowledge Another main source of value in an MBA is the knowledge you gain, which has no expiration date. MBA faculty are the best in their fields, and they also recognize the strength of knowledge in the room. They know how to facilitate discussion and draw on the expertise of you and your fellow students. At McCombs we are fortunate to have extraordinary breadth across academic disciplines, as one of only five schools in the nation to rank in the top 20 across 11 or more U.S. News graduate business specialties. Additionally our faculty have been named top 10 Best Professors by The Princeton Review for 10 of the last 11 years, based on feedback from students about teaching quality and accessibility outside the classroom. We assume that everyone seeking an MBA aspires to be a leader, and our curriculum is geared toward preparing you for leadership. As we’re learning each day, strong leadership skills and empathy are critical in difficult times to ensure that our businesses, organizations, and team members are prepared to get through difficult challenges. As an MBA graduate, you will be well-equipped to play a leading role in solving the next crisis we face as a society.

Perspective Finally, it’s important to recognize that the current environment, while difficult and unprecedented, is temporary. The world economy has weathered many challenges over its long history. And while the “when” isn’t clear, things will get better. It’s important to consider whether waiting to pursue your MBA is worth the opportunity cost of missing out on the benefits you can start receiving sooner.

Warren Buffett, a child of the Great Depression who has become one of the world’s greatest investors in good times and bad, has said, “By far the best investment you can make is in yourself.”

An MBA is an investment that will pay off over a long time horizon, in ways both easy to measure and less tangible but still significant. So if you’re thinking about whether these turbulent times are right for making the MBA investment, it’s worth considering that this might be the best time of all to go for it.


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