With eight years’ of experience as an electronics engineer, Gaurav Chhabra, originally from New Delhi, India, said he entered the MBA program because “I wanted to broaden my horizons and get to know the business side of things. In the next few years, I see myself growing as a business professional, but still using my technical knowledge.”
He credits the Jenkins MBA curriculum for providing both the theoretical and experiential learning – on top of his prior engineering experience – that enabled him to stand out when meeting with recruiters and prepared him for his role at Apple.
“The Jenkins MBA really helped me take that leap from thinking like an engineer to thinking like a manager. The two-year full-time program made me think critically about business problems and how to go about solving them,” he said.