While I don’t have any major regrets, looking back on each of my four years in undergrad there are a few lessons I wish I’d known earlier that could have made a world of difference. Although some of this advice might seem obvious, I’m hoping you will find something useful regardless of your year of study.
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Case competitions are a great way to exercise your analytical skills, presentation skills, and networking skills. Victory in these competitions may even earn you hundreds or even thousands of dollars in cash prizes – and make a significant dent in your tuition.
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Listen – we get it. Finding shortcuts around campus can always be a challenge, especially if you don’t know many people or can’t recognize where to go. Sometimes, you don’t even know what you need! Here are a few tips generated by our First-year Experience Work-study group (students in years 2, 3 and 4) to cover the basics.
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While the selection of electives are completely up to you, there are a number of required courses that students must fulfill in their first and second year. Here are some success tips (in a nutshell) from your fellow upper-year students.
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If you would like to sharpen your technical skills, check out some online videos for common topics such as Excel. Once you know which areas of skills you are lacking, you just have to set aside some time to fill in those gaps whenever you have some extra time.
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