Ashraf Khan

What We're Doing Over Winter Break

Now that final exams, group projects, and papers are done for the semester, we’re looking forward to some well-deserved rest and relaxation. So in the spirit of that relaxation, we thought we’d talk about what all the MBA bloggers are looking forward to doing this break. Maybe there are some things on here you’re looking forward to doing too, or maybe you’ll add something new to your list.

Miranda Taylor:

What to Expect When You're Expecting During Your MBA

Successfully completing a two-year MBA program can be difficult. But when you are expecting a child, the demands on your time can pose even more of a challenge. According to its class profile at University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, the 2019-2020 full-time MBA cohort averages 30 years of age. That means many students are faced with the additional challenge of balancing new additions to their families while going through the program.

Five Tips To Finding the Right Internship

The internship search can seem pretty daunting at first for an MBA candidate. With so many opportunities to choose from, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed.

Here are a few tips that can help you with your search:

Start your search early: Getting a head start with your research can help you be better prepared to tackle the internship search head on. The more time you are able to allocate to the internship search, the better off you will be in the long run.

Productivity Hacks for the MBA Student

It’s a challenge all MBA students face: There is so much to do in so little time.

When you begin Maryland Smith’s rigorous full-time MBA program, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. But as your first year progresses, you’ll find that you learn a few tricks, you hit a certain stride, and you begin to develop productivity hacks that help you become more efficient with the time you have.

Here are a few productivity hacks I’ve developed throughout my MBA journey:

3 Tips for Creating a Standout Resume

Let’s face it, the ultimate goal for completing your MBA is to get a job; not just any job, but the job of your dreams.

To get that, you need a knockout resume – that one singular, sheet of paper that showcases all the expertise you’ve gained throughout your life and career, and highlights why you’d be the perfect candidate for the position.

How can you make your resume standout from the rest? Here are three important tips I’ve learned:

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