During the next few weeks, we will be publishing the discussions that we had with some of our interviewers about the interviewing process at their business schools to help the prospective applicants. Here is the interview of one of our Harvard Business School interviewers.
Harvard Business School Interviews By Limor Moshkovich
I’m an Israeli female, lived in Israel almost my entire life and moved to the US for HBS. Before B-School I worked in the Telecom industry, after serving in the Israeli Defense Forces for 3 years. My background was mainly in strategy and operations and I looked for a general management oriented program to compliment the skills I have already developed in my 7 year career (army and civil).
My HBS Experience
With my 2 years here almost coming to an end, I can definitely say this had been a truly transformational experience. Despite and in spite of the economic turmoil, life at HBS had been exciting, inspiring, educating, and invigorating. From faculty to students to administration, I have never stopped feeling privileged to have spent two years of my life with some of the most intelligent, smart, friendly and attentive people I have ever been around. And that’s what makes the difference. The people.
The HBS Admissions Interview
I share the opinion of many on campus, that the interview is pivotal in the application process. Once you have been invited to interview, you are pretty much on the same playing field as everybody else who had been invited and your performance on the interview will have a critical impact on your admission decision.
I don’t share the opinion of some people who claim that the HBS interview is just a “jerk
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