Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Misconceptions about Kellogg - International student loan

Disclaimer: I have obviously become a diehard Kellogg fan. Henceforth all my posts will concentrate around Kellogg. However, all such posts will be strictly about Kellogg and will in no way be meant to disparage or spread false information about other schools. I haven't visited other schools nor will I be doing an MBA from other schools so I simply don't have the right to comment about it. All schools have their pros and cons and there is really no distinguishing between them. It's all about the fit ;).

Aside: Please refer the official Kellogg students blog at http://kelloggmbastudents.wordpress.com for more inside school

I hope my previous post busted some of the myths about Kellogg especially in regard to resources it provides for Entrepreneurship. In this post I will attempt to clear the air over another issue:

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Day at Kellogg

Wow! It's been really long. Sorry about that - I was busy regaining normalcy after the gruel of the MBA application process.

So to summarize I was admitted to Kellogg in R1 and did not really make it to the rest which I think was for the better. To be frank, I was not too pumped about Kellogg when I got the admit. Therefore, I decided to go for the admit weekend (Day at Kellogg) to check out the school and make sure it's the right place for me. The time and effort to make the journey between Bangalore and Chicago just for 4 days was well worth it.

My good friend Cheetarah has already given an excellent account of the madness that was DAK here. I will attempt to add to this - my observations and experience.