Greg, a member of Simon’s MBA Class of 2018, grew up in Syracuse, NY—just down the road (I-90) from the University of Rochester. Before Greg arrived at Simon, he served eight years in the United States Marine Corps as an infantry officer.
Even though he has an undergraduate major in accounting, Paul Wehner ’18 found Simon’s MS in Accountancy helped him understand why the accounting procedures he was already familiar with are so important to managers and to a company’s bottom line.
Jaime Staengel expected Simon's reputation in finance to open doors for her future career. She didn't expect the focus on coding would play such a pivotal role in her landing a full-time finance position at Corning, Inc.
David chose Simon Business School to augment his already impressive resume thanks to its rigorous analytics-based curriculum, and opportunities to widen his global perspective and broaden his work experience.
Simon Business School introduced Sagar to the concept of networking – and more importantly, to a wide network of professionals. That professional network lead him to an internship at Citi, and the doorway to a successful career.
When it’s right, you know it. Find out why Tim Hayward, former Candidate Attorney with C&A Friedlander, chose to come all the way from South Africa to see new opportunities through Simon Business School.
One of the reasons I decided to come to Simon was the small, but very close community. I’ve had the chance to work with five different teams so far and I’ve learned so much from every single team member.
A native of Hawaii, Mikayla discovered Simon Business School through its participation in The Consortium for Graduate Study Management. She chose Simon’s strong Consulting program to help her take the next step in her career.
A US Army veteran, Daniel chose Simon Business School because of the small, collaborative community environment. He liked that Simon supports veterans and appreciates their unique perspective, and respects and encourages their views.
A California native, Alia was searching for an opportunity to study on the East Coast – but she also wanted a school that offered a small class size and a distinctly quantitative approach. Simon Business School fit the bill.
Kimberly chose Simon Business School for its personal approach and quantitative focus. The small class size made it easy to get to know her classmates, while Simon’s analytically rigorous curriculum challenged her to examine all sides of a problem.
When she was ready to move her career in a new direction, Shay chose Simon Business School to help her sharpen her analytical and quantitative skill set while also giving her a global framework to address international opportunities and issues.
Dre chose Simon Business School for its small class size and rigorously analytical curriculum. He knew that Simon would help prepare him for the real business world, and offer the academic and social supports that would enable him to succeed.
Matt knew that business school was the right path toward achieving his personal and professional goals. He chose Simon because he wanted a rigorous, quantitatively focused MBA that would give him the tools to succeed throughout his career.
After starting a successful career in pharmaceutical sales, Forte scholar Margot was ready for a new career path. She chose Simon Business School to take her there because of the quality of the education offered, as well as the support of the students.
Already a successful and experienced civil engineer, Travis knew that an MBA from Simon Business School could help him go even further. Simon equipped him with a wealth of professional tools, as well as providing support, coaching, and career development.