Emma Knight - Application process for the MS Marketing program
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Hey, guys, My name is Emma night, and I go to Vanderbilt University at the Owen Graduate School of Management, where I am in the masters of marketing class of 2021. So today I want to talk a little bit about the application process to get into the M or program at Vanderbilt. So for my background, I went to the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, where I majored in marketing for my bachelors to be graduating from the University of Tennessee in May of 2020. So the job market wasn't really exactly what I wanted to be. So I started to look for some other options, and that's when I came across the Masters of marketing program at the end result, after I found out about the mark program at vulnerable, I quickly started to reach out to some of the students that were in the class already and talk about their experiences they had with the application process, which is really helpful. They offered a lot of advice and answer a lot of questions I had, so that was definitely a benefit through the application process for the mark program is pretty straightforward. First, you begin by smiting your transcript from your undergraduate college and your test scores from the jury next to use to make your resume. Then there's a few essays for the application process as well. The first few are just normal questions you would answer for a regular college essay on, and then the next one is more of a creative essay where they give you a prompt and then you kind of get Thio, show your skills through that prompt and get creative with it, which is really fun and definitely gives that state to show how you are unique and how you can bring something special to the program. Then you need to recommendations, which I used for my boss that I had from one of my internships and then one of my professors that I got up close with Underground. The interview is pretty easy, pretty straightforward. She'll ask you some behavioral questions, and it's great to relax and you say it is super easy to talk Thio. There's You just have to get the application fee, and that's about it. E e had any advice to give to someone who was thinking of applying to the work program at Vanderbilt. Definitely use that creative essay and that interview Thio. Showcase your skills and showcase how you're different and your personality. If you're thinking about applying for grad school and you don't know if you should or not, my advice would be just to try. The application fees can be a little bit overwhelming, but you never know what's gonna happen. I didn't think that I was giving it in, and I did. I think it's gonna open a lot of doors for me professionally in my professional career. Well, I hope that gave you a little bit of insight onto the application process.