Hidden Gems: Underrated schools for business
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About this livestream
Do you really like wearing suits? Perhaps thinking about a career in business? Then don't miss this episode of Hidden Gems, as Giebien goes over the top ten most underrated business colleges you may not have heard about before.
Giebien will explore schools throughout the country, detailing what prospective business students should look for in a college and explaining what makes each of our picks special. He'll also take an in-depth look at their resources, such as any vocational opportunities they may have in place.
Stop by to ask questions or stick around the whole hour to learn how you can take on the field of business.
Undergrad College: Harvard University '17
Graduate College: University of Michigan, M.M.
Work Experience: Now in my third year at CollegeVine, I have helped dozens of students gain acceptance to their top-choice schools and have also advised and mentored hundreds more through my livestreams. I am also a professional conductor and a multi-instrumentalist, and I currently serve as the music director of the Apollo Ensemble of Boston and as Opera Saratoga's assistant conductor. I have led symphonic concerts and operatic productions throughout the United States, and I'm looking forward to making my international conducting debut in Vienna this fall.
My Admissions Story: Initially interested in pursuing a career as a performing cellist, I applied almost exclusively to music schools with dual and double degree options and ultimately enrolled in the Tufts University/New England Conservatory Dual Degree Program. Unhappy with the combined program and worried I'd never feel like I was fully a student at either school, I logged back into CommonApp.org in October of my freshman year. I can't say I went about the transfer process in the smartest way (I only applied to two schools!), but Harvard miraculously accepted me (or 'excepted me' as I wrote in a celebratory Facebook post that day - no one ever let me live that one down), and the rest was history.