Resume experts tell us that employers have a short attention span when reading resumes. If they do not see it in the first few lines or at least the first page of your resume there is a good chance they will not read it. Also consider that the initial resume screening is by someone who may not be familiar with the role and has a lot of resumes to screen. Placing your accomplishments or awards in a special award section on page 2, 3 or 4 of your resume is like hiding your strongest points. (Hopefully, your resume is not more than 2 pages.) A better strategy is to include them with each position description or move the accomplishments/awards section to the front. Why not? It is your resume and your accomplishments. If you do not mention them who will?
Interviews are my favorite part of the process because we finally get to meet you in person. Interviews will occur between mid-October and mid-November. In addition to on-campus interviews, we also conduct interviews in Shanghai, Tokyo, Dubai, Mumbai, São Paulo, New York City, Bay Area CA, London, and Paris. Where you interview does NOT affect your likelihood to be accepted (all interviews globally are conducted only by members of the Admissions Board). Choose what’s most convenient for you, and if you aren’t able to travel, we will work something out via Skype.