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Why I chose the Smith MBA at Queen’s

Posted By: Smith MBA on March 19, 2019

The decision to pursue an MBA is a big investment, both from a time and money perspective, so it makes sense that choosing the right business school to obtain your degree is imperative to ensure you the get the best return on investment (ROI). Here, a few of our student ambassadors from the Class of 2020 share some of the reasons they chose to attend Smith for their MBA.

Are you the right fit?

Posted By: Deewan Persaud on February 21, 2019

It’s been a month since I completed my MBA program at Smith School of Business and I’ve been meaning to write this for a while now. So here goes. These are some of hindsight thoughts about my decision to do an MBA, what I found helped with my application, and how I feel having finished my 12-month program.

A life-changing experience

Posted By: Ian McCarter on December 11, 2018

It is hard to believe that December is already here and the dream Smith MBA year is nearly finished! When I was first thinking about doing an MBA, I said to myself that I wanted to do an MBA for “the people”, whatever that meant. Well I can now confidently proclaim that I have found the incredibly intelligent, compassionate and fun “people” I was looking for in the Smith MBA class of 2019.

Leaps of Faith: How Neeraja Ramjee went from coding to consulting — and acting — in New York City

Posted By: Hailey Eisen on September 24, 2018

Neeraja Ramjee, MBA'07, had never left her home country of India when before she saved up enough money to take an MBA program at Smith School of Business. It’s one of the many “leaps of faith” she’s taken on a career that has led her to a management consulting gig in New York City, and pursuing her passion as a television and stage actor.

Who’s Afraid Of The Strategic Consumer?

Posted By: Alan Morantz on August 09, 2018

Consumers may rail against loyalty program restrictions, but they also love loyalty programs. We all know someone who goes on “mileage runs” or “mattress runs” — boosting their flight or hotel reservations in order to attain the benefits that come from premium status. So when firms are brave enough to overhaul how they award loyalty points and status, they are sure to generate plenty of shade.