The University Of Chicago Booth School Of Business

Business School in Hyde Park, Chicago, Illinois, US
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  • Brian H
  • 9 months ago
Austin Golsbee is the economics teacher that is Arrogant and example of was wrong in today’s society that someone like this has position of influence on people . He only likes to look at one side and doesn’t look at all the information. he likes to brag about what he has accomplished. The only thing he has accomplished is a bad education stay away from the school they will miss inform you and give you are useless education. I would not allow anyone in my family to enroll in this school . Even on a full scholarship

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Website: chicagobooth.edu

Address: 5807 S Woodlawn Ave, Hyde Park, Chicago, Illinois  60637, US
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The University of Chicago Booth School of Business is a Business school located at 5807 S Woodlawn Ave, Hyde Park, Chicago, Illinois  60637, US.

The business is listed under business school, college, graduate school, private university, university category. It has received 102 reviews with an average rating of 4.7 stars.

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  • Brian H
  • 9 months ago
Austin Golsbee is the economics teacher that is Arrogant and example of was wrong in today’s society that someone like this has position of influence on people . He only likes to look at one side and doesn’t look at all the information. he likes to brag about what he has accomplished. The only thing he has accomplished is a bad education stay away from the school they will miss inform you and give you are useless education. I would not allow anyone in my family to enroll in this school . Even on a full scholarship
  • Twisted Metal
  • 3 years ago
Great Job. Lots of high-quality instructions from very qualified professors. I recently finished my undergrad at UChicago and probably the best classes I took were at Booth. Shout out specifically to Laura Born - phenomenal instructor who taught us all the fundamentals of corporate finance combined with her real-life experience at JP Morgan.
  • Randall Jamrok
  • 3 years ago
Review for cafe/dining hall. They have one of the best food court spots on the University of Chicago campus. The workers are friendly, diligent, and hard-working. Food has variety and is well-prepared.
  • Jefri Tamba
  • 4 years ago
I had an amazing experience at Booth. The program and culture live up to the mantras of "Challenge everything" and "Independent thought" in my experience. Personally, I was drawn to the fact that there is no one path at Booth -- you're not forced into a cohort, you're not told which classes you have to take, you're not assigned to study teams and instead, you have the freedom to chart your own course (within some guidelines of course!) and you gain much wider exposure (e.g., taking classes with 2nd years). Looking back, the LEAD course was extremely helpful and I apply those lessons about leadership and self-awareness everyday now. The student culture is very strong (and different than what many perceive) -- it's a bit different from other schools where there's a concentrated campus that everyone lives near and again, things aren't dictated for you. I was incredibly impressed by my classmates -- not just their intelligence and career drive but also their passion for traveling and exper...
  • Peter Capofreddi
  • 5 years ago
Learn from the greatest mammon worshippers how to worship mammon in the most exquisite possible way. Learn how to disregard the interests of the poor, and obsequiously obey the slightest whim of the rich. Learn to make yourself into a servile flatterer, a toady, a sycophant, an obedient, unquestioning servant of the ruling class. Booth will teach you all of these things, and leave you with a huge load of debt, just to make sure you never change your mind. An exquisite MBA program, unrivaled in the world.

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"Austin Golsbee is the economics teacher that is Arrogant and example of was wrong in today’s society that someone like this has position of influence on people . He only likes to look at one side and doesn’t look at all the information. he likes to brag about what he has accomplished. The only thing he has accomplished is a bad education stay away from the school they will miss inform you and give you are useless education. I would not allow anyone in my family to enroll in this school . Even on a full scholarship"

"Great Job. Lots of high-quality instructions from very qualified professors. I recently finished my undergrad at UChicago and probably the best classes I took were at Booth. Shout out specifically to Laura Born - phenomenal instructor who taught us all the fundamentals of corporate finance combined with her real-life experience at JP Morgan."

"Review for cafe/dining hall. They have one of the best food court spots on the University of Chicago campus. The workers are friendly, diligent, and hard-working. Food has variety and is well-prepared."

"I had an amazing experience at Booth. The program and culture live up to the mantras of "Challenge everything" and "Independent thought" in my experience. Personally, I was drawn to the fact that there is no one path at Booth -- you're not forced into a cohort, you're not told which classes you have to take, you're not assigned to study teams and instead, you have the freedom to chart your own course (within some guidelines of course!) and you gain much wider exposure (e.g., taking classes with 2nd years). Looking back, the LEAD course was extremely helpful and I apply those lessons about leadership and self-awareness everyday now. The student culture is very strong (and different than what many perceive) -- it's a bit different from other schools where there's a concentrated campus that everyone lives near and again, things aren't dictated for you. I was incredibly impressed by my classmates -- not just their intelligence and career drive but also their passion for traveling and experiencing the city of Chicago. I did not find it to be competitive at all - I think because of the grade non-disclosure but also in recruiting, I had so much help from my classmates. A bit about my experience: I was a career changer. I worked in HR before and worked in consulting afterwards (boutique/startup firm in Chicago). My course specializations were Strategy, Economics, and Marketing. I was very involved with the Admissions team while there, serving on the student adcom, leading tours, planning admit weekend, etc. I also loved the Business Solutions Group where I worked on a pro-bono consulting project for a non-profit education company. I lived in Hyde Park (rare for Booth students, but I loved it). My advice to future applicants: engage with the Booth community as much as possible. Visit campus, sit in on a class, talk to students and alums, connect with the alumni group in your closest city. Be prepared to have reasons for "Why Booth" beyond just the finance reputation and flexible curriculum."

"Learn from the greatest mammon worshippers how to worship mammon in the most exquisite possible way. Learn how to disregard the interests of the poor, and obsequiously obey the slightest whim of the rich. Learn to make yourself into a servile flatterer, a toady, a sycophant, an obedient, unquestioning servant of the ruling class. Booth will teach you all of these things, and leave you with a huge load of debt, just to make sure you never change your mind. An exquisite MBA program, unrivaled in the world."

The University of Chicago Booth School of Business has 4.7 stars from 102 reviews.

The address of The University of Chicago Booth School of Business is 5807 S Woodlawn Ave, Hyde Park, Chicago, Illinois, US.

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