I came to work with Ivy MBA Consulting during my second attempt to get admitted to an MBA abroad, and if there's one thing I learned from the first attempt, it’s this: You cannot do it alone.
There are many programs, and each is a world of its own. In deciding where to apply, you must understand the nature of the program and the social environment. To get to where you want, you need to know how to build an application – what to emphasize (and what to leave, with great sorrow, on the editing floor), how to create impactful essays and resumes, and who to ask for recommendations.
Ivy MBA Consulting not only has in-depth knowledge and experience in the field, it also has a strong social network that allowed me to make immediate contact with MBA graduates and students who shared their experiences with me. These contacts were a valuable resource that helped me to get to know the various programs and decide where I want to spend the next two years.
Ivy MBA Consulting accompanied me throughout the entire process, and always, always, displayed uncompromising professionalism, personal interest, and attention to the small details (that’s where God is, for certain).
Thanks to Ivy, I submitted a strong and unique application and was accepted at Ross.
So, to everyone at Ivy, many thanks for the advice and direction. And a special thanks to Eli and Tzachi - I really appreciate the support you provided during the times I got a little tired.
Anyone who is still undecided, I'd love to share my success with Ivy MBA Consulting, as well as pointers on how to avoid the mistakes I made along the road. Feel free to contact me.