Nora Rabah (MS/MBA 2022) - Application Tips & Life at HBS
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Some application tips I have are that you're making sure you are being passionate and thoughtful in your application and interview, and that your experiences and internships that have contributed to your passion are really shining through. I believe this shows commitment and consistency to admissions officers. Now that I've been at HBs for more than a semester, I could talk a little bit about the experience I've had this far. I personally love Cambridge in the Boston area, so I've really enjoyed living off campus close to Harvard Square. I came to Cambridge about a month early in July in order to start my masters in biotechnology class. I met my co work there, and we all took this cove in 19 class together. Once the MBA started about a month later, we got put into sections. Your section is the group of people you take classes with and have many of your social events with. I felt that my section and I got really close together, and I met some of my best friends, and we all tried to adapt to the virtual learning environment of 2020 Ah, few weeks of vacation for winter break. Now I'm doing a two week intensive course for my master's program, which includes data science for life sciences and a lab essentials course. In two weeks, my second semester of the MBA will start, and I am looking forward to meeting new professors and seeing my section everyday again. I'm looking at biotechnology companies and pharmaceutical companies, and I really utilize HBs is recruiting platform, and their career coach is very helpful. Overall, I am extremely happy that I chose HBs, and I'm really looking forward to my next three semesters.