When brainstorming ideas/ experiences for this essay, keep in mind the key words "meaningful leadership experience' .This means your story may not have yielded amazing quantifiable results, but it should have challenged you enough to put in your best efforts.Please take the time to brainstorm ideas / stories for each of these essays in order to showcase different aspects of your unique personality. Why is an MBA a critical next step toward your short- and long-term career goals? (If you are applying for a joint or dual degree, please explain how the additional degree will contribute to those goals.) This is a typical ‘goals’ question which requires you to make realistic connection between your past (past experience and skills), present (your need of an MBA), and future (your future plans leading to your goals).
When brainstorming ideas/ experiences for this essay, keep in mind the key words "meaningful leadership experience' .This means your story may not have yielded amazing quantifiable results, but it should have challenged you enough to put in your best efforts.
Visit the Common Application site or the Coalition Application site when you’re actually ready to apply online.
Think outside the box as you answer the following questions. Be serious if the moment calls for it, but feel comfortable being playful if that suits you, too. Please respond to of the following three questions. And with over 5,000 undergraduate students on our campus, that is over 5,000 stories to share and learn. Applicants to the BFA or 5-Year BFA BA/BS Combined Degree at the SMFA at Tufts answer the following two questions: 1. Art has the power to disrupt our preconceptions, shape public discourse, and imagine new ways of being in the world.
These two schools in particular definitely prefer candidates who’ve traveled abroad, at least a little.
If you’ve never ever left your home country, then it’s a slight negative for you in the app process here (you certainly will need to explain to the adcom why an international MBA is so important to you if you’ve literally not left home before).
If you did that, your sister would walk out of the room and leave you talking to empty space.
Instead, the focus needs to be on what you thought/felt/saw/did, in the context of being a stranger in a strange land, and what you learned from that experience.
Applicants to the School of Arts and Sciences, School of Engineering, and 5-Year Tufts/NEC Combined Degree answer the following two questions: 1. (200-250 words): A) From recognizing break dancing as a new Olympic sport, to representation in media, to issues of accessibility in our public transit systems, what is something that you can talk about endlessly? B) Whether you've built circuit boards or written slam poetry, created a community event or designed mixed media installations, tell us: What have you designed, invented, engineered, or produced? Which aspects of the Tufts undergraduate experience prompt your application? Whether you think of Ai Weiwei’s work reframing the refugee crisis, Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald’s portraits of the Obamas reimagining portrait painting on a national scale, or Yayoi Kusama’s fanciful Infinity Mirrors rekindling our sense of wonder, it is clear that contemporary art is driven by ideas.
Which aspects of the Tufts undergraduate experience prompt your application? What are the ideas you’d like to explore in your work?
Tuck no longer requires you to write’ Background’ essay but has retained the other three required essays with the same essay prompt and the same expected average word limit of 500 words like last year..
The first one is about career goals and Tuck, the second one is about leadership, and the third one is about failure.