I was admitted to the Sloan Fellows program at MIT Sloan School of Management last year (2011). Over the course of last year, I have made an attempt to bring readers close to this program by sharing my own experiences. Also, in the earlier posts I have shared my learning's about the application process, essays, recommendations, interviews etc. which will be of help to anyone wanting to apply.
Our class graduated on Jun 8th, 2012. It was indeed a proud moment for all the fellows and our families.
One year back I started this blog merely to share my experience as a Sloan Fellow as there weren't any other resources available online. I was pleasantly surprised to see the interest in this program. I was contacted by over a 100 people from all over the world. I'm very thankful to all the readers who have followed my blog and to those who have reached out to me during my journey at MIT.
I thoroughly enjoyed all my interactions with everyone and I hope I was able to help and answer your queries. This blog is just a glimpse into the life of a Sloan Fellow but there is so much more that the program and the school has to offer.
Now that I have graduated, I am formally closing this blog. For those who are interested, I have taken up a position in Operations with Amazon.com in the US. I have always enjoyed working in Operations and this is what I wanted to do after Sloan.
Though the blog is formally closed, I will still be available to answer any queries and respond to any comments.
Some pictures from our commencement are posted below.
Once again, thank you for all the support. It has been nothing less than a transformational journey. Here's wishing the very best for all prospective candidates.