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PLEASE VISIT THE MBA INSIDER'S BLOG FOR CURRENT POSTS In an effort to consolidate and streamline our blogs, we will be merging The MBA Student Voice blog into The MBA Insider's Blog, where you can read informative posts geared for prospective MBA applicants, written by UCLA Anderson Admissions staff, MBA students, and guest contributors. We are in the process of transferring past posts over from this blog to The MBA Insider's Blog -- in the interim, you can still access all archival posts on this site. Thank you! -- UCLA Anderson MBA Admissions Team Continue reading
Posted Jun 20, 2016 at The MBA Student Voice
Hello, everyone! My name is Naomi Lim, a first-year MBA student at UCLA Anderson. Below you can learn more about me: Undergraduate Major: Supply Chain Pre-Anderson Career: Since undergrad, I’ve worked in supply chain focused on strategic sourcing. First, I was in Sourcing at Motorola in the Chicago area. I really enjoyed collaborating with multiple functional teams to source and negotiate projects. Experiencing winter and snow-mageddon was key to my personal development. After 3 years there, I went to a nutritional firm to manage contract manufacturers for a mix of protein bars and beverages. They had a very fast product launch cycle, which drove a fast-paced and exciting culture. Post-MBA Goals: I want to go back into the tech industry in a product-focused role. One of the amazing things about Anderson is the exposure to multiple functions and industries. You’ll find students here going into a variety of roles, so it really allows you to pursue your career goals however niche they may be. Recently, I participated in DOJ Week, which provides an opportunity for Anderson students to visit various companies by industry. I joined the tech treck to further explore my interests and network with potential employers. One of the many companies that I had a chance to visit was Google. What I’m most excited about: Being surrounded by intelligent yet approachable people is the most exciting part for me. The diversity in background and experience of our school drives meaningful discussions both in and outside of the classroom.... Continue reading
Posted Nov 20, 2015 at The MBA Student Voice
Hi everyone!! I’m totally stealing this questionnaire from my fellow first-year rockstar classmate, Yu Chen, but excited to introduce myself to prospective students (who I lovingly call “prospies” - a word you’ll hear me use when you meet me on campus). Name: Tiffany Lu Hometown: Arcadia, CA but born in Taiwan Prior to Anderson: I did my undergrad at Duke and then spent a few years working in entertainment before transitioning into education. Why Anderson? Anderson is actually the only school I applied to. I don’t necessarily recommend that strategy because it was very stressful putting all my eggs in one basket, but I wanted to be in LA and after I visited campus and spoke to current Anderson students, I knew I didn’t want to go to any other school. This has been said by so many people so many times, but the students at Anderson are truly what make the school special. I loved the level of respect that students showed for one another during classroom debates, and every student I reached out to showed a genuine interest in helping me navigate the admissions process. It’s a feeling that’s very hard to describe, but one that I couldn’t have ascertained just by reading literature online or attending panels and school fairs. I really had to step on campus and meet the students to get a glimpse of what life would be like in their shoes. What is one cool/interesting thing about yourself that others would not be able... Continue reading
Posted Nov 10, 2015 at The MBA Student Voice
Hi, my name is Chigozie Muoto and I’m in the UCLA Anderson Class of 2017. I’m so excited to be writing this post to introduce myself to you because I believe there’s so much we can learn from sharing our experiences. I was born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria and attended the University of Lagos for undergrad. Shortly after my undergrad, I moved to Connecticut and attended the University of Connecticut for graduate school. Below are some more facts about me. Undergraduate and Graduate Major: Materials Science & Engineering. Pre-MBA Jobs: I worked at Intel for about four and half years as a technology development process engineer right after obtaining a PhD in Materials Science and Engineering. My passion for being involved in developing the technology that is directly impacting and changing people’s lives drew me to Intel and I really enjoyed working there. I also worked briefly in Nigeria as a network engineer before I moved to the US. I configured and maintained the computer networks of various agencies such as the Central Bank of Nigeria and the University of Abuja. This was my first job right after college and I felt so privileged to be given such responsibilities. I learned so much at this job. Post-MBA Career Goals: I would like to participate in a post-MBA rotational leadership program in a high tech company to gain a broad overview of the business. Intel has one of such programs and I will be applying there both for a summer... Continue reading
Posted Nov 5, 2015 at The MBA Student Voice