The admissions decision is not just about who you are as a candidate, but also what value you will contribute to the MBA class as a whole. The best essays highlight how the MBA will build upon your existing skills and experiences to advance a set of clear short-term and long-term goals. The most compelling essays will include specific examples of programs, experiences, coursework, and opportunities offered by GW. Make sure the content of your responses speak directly to the essay questions, and remember that this is your opportunity to add your voice to your application while distinguishing yourself from the applicant pool.
1- Discuss why you are interested in pursuing an MBA at this point in your career (250 words), why GW—and the specific program to which you have applied—is the best fit for your MBA experience (250 words), and discuss how you will leverage both your professional and academic experiences thus far to achieve your post-MBA career goals (250 words).
Please make sure you adhere to the word count for each part. In total no more than 750 words.
Some background about me:
1- Looking to develop my skills to move up in the company.
2- Studied my undergrad in The Pennsylvania State University.
3- Have been working on funding mega billion $ projects.
4- Would like to leverage the Consulting Abroad Project (CAP) that GW provides.. Here is a link about it for more information. https://business.gwu.edu/international-programs/experiential-programs/international-experiential-programs/