MBA Admission Essays to the University of Maryland School of Business
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This collection of essays is written to gain admission to the MBA program at the University of Maryland. The first essay is a personal history. The writer is from Taiwan, with an undergraduate degree in finance and information systems. The second essay is on leadership, and how leaders need seemingly contradictory set of characteristics. They need to be compassionate and understanding, open minded and flexible; yet at the same time have a strong character and operate without concern for popularity. The third essay explains what the writer would do if given financial security. The writer states that since he feels he already has financial security, he would look for a job that allows him to travel. The fourth essay discusses the writer's volunteer work, and how he used his skills in finance to help with organization. The last essay speaks about why the writer feels he should be admitted to the university, and how his skills and life experience make him suited to the program.
From the Paper:"To prepare to open my own firm in the global marketplace, I will need to do more than simply learn about the technical aspects of the business world. Global trends and problems inextricably affect large-scale businesses. For instance, the global business community must take responsibility for reconciling financial interests with human rights, especially given the exploited workers worldwide. I see my background as a volunteer as an aid in maintaining that insight and moral compass."
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