Bloomberg Businessweek recently took a look at the various resources for finding the right MBA program and spoke with Goizueta staff and alumni.

“From bloggers to business school associates themselves, people have a lot to say about the admissions process, including which schools should be on an applicant’s radar, how to write a decent application essay, and where to get recommendation letters,” writes Francesca Di Meglio. “Wading through all the material and so-called help to get the right list of potential schools can be overwhelming. Many do not know where to start.”

Kathleen Edwards, an alum of Goizueta’s Evening MBA Program and member of the school’s admissions staff (@GBSAdmissions), says looking for an MBA program requires an evaluation of priorities.

“Think about how the degree will advance your career, the job you’d like to have, and your lifestyle,” Edwards told Bloomberg Businessweek. “Then consider your preferences of location, personality of the school, the kind of alumni it produces.”

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