A lot of people want to go to business school.
Some even want to do it without having any full-time work experience first.
And I always respond the same way:
“Nooooo! Don’t do it! Step back and re-think your life first.”
But sometimes I’m wrong.
While it’s difficult to win full-time offers or internships at large banks without pre-MBA work experience, it’s not impossible.
And in some regions – like Canada – you might even call it “do-able.”
Our interviewee today moved from an engineering background in undergrad straight into a non-target MBA program in Canada…
…but still managed to complete multiple co-ops and win a full-time offer in a rotational program at a large bank.
Here’s how she did it: