Tips For New MBA Students

Posted: July 15, 2015 in Government

No matter how old or young you are, enrolling in a study course is not always easy. One of the feelings most students experience is the sense of nervousness. Well, that’s perfectly normal, and it’s not something you need to be worried about. Here are some simple tips to help you overcome any feeling of nervousness and start studying and finish your MBA. Take a Tour of the School The first thing you want to do is take a tour of the school and get an idea of the place where you are going to be studying. You will need to know where to find the resources you need before going to class. Most schools will have an orientation day where you get to tour the school and become familiar with the place. Set a Schedule If you are trying to balance work, family and school together, you are going to need to have a plan to manage your time properly. The first few months as you start your MBA program will be quite overwhelming, but that will change as you stick to your schedule. Get a daily planner or use one on your smartphone or computer to plan and track everything you need to do. Being organized will help you manage your time and resources in an efficient way. Work with a Study Group Most business schools will require that you get together with other students and work as a group. Working with other students is an excellent way to network and enhance your learning experience. While it is acceptable to have others helping you in your job, you must not depend on them to do your job. Working together as a team will help you and the others stay on track with your study. Susan Taylor graduated with an MBA from the New York Institute of Technology in 1988 with Distinction.


Comments are closed.