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Example Mba Admission Essay

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Example MBA admission essay

The world of finance and business is a complicated and ubiquitous arena, and the axis around which most of our society’s most important issues move. Having worked for a number of years in a multitude of administrative positions, I feel in many ways as though I have merely skimmed the surface of a field that is brimming with professional opportunities. The pursuit of a Master’s in Business Administration will enable me access tap previously unused resources in my own skills set, giving me the formal education to take my knowledge to the next level. The first and only in my family to go to college, as well as the only girl amongst six brothers, I always felt that success was as much a matter of pride as it was of my ambition. Determined to develop a practical career that offered lucrative potential and expansive room for vertical movement, I completed my AS in Business Administration and went on to major in Business Economics with a concentration in Finance. Having grown up in a family with a very limited budget, I had become appreciative of the value of money as well as the importance of managing it well. That, coupled with a natural proficiency in math, helped me during my studies and into my seamless transition into the professional world. I have worked since my early years in high school—at a cafe during the school year and full time as an office assistant in a dental practice during the summer time. Like many kids from lower income families, much of the money I earned was earmarked for contribution to the family living expenses, so what little was left for my own spending, I used wisely. This premature sense of responsibility was extended in my work with the teachers and administrators at my summer job, where I was the only student amongst the faculty. The experience also helped inform my decision of major in college, since I had the good fortune of having worked in a field that had a viable future. During my two years as a...