MBA Admissions News Roundup

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  • Thunderbird School of Global Management, the U.S. Department of State, and the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women Initiative will be partnering to train Pakistani women in the fields of entrepreneurship, leadership, and business development. The program, which will begin by training up to 20 Pakistani women, will be modeled after Thunderbird’s Project Artemis-Afghanistan, a program that has delivered training to more than 60 Afghani women entrepreneurs since 2005. (Source: Thunderbird Press Release)
  • In a recent GMAC press release the Graduate Management Admissions Council announced the launch of its new digital talking GMAT prep guide, specially designed to help the visually impaired prepare for the GMAT. The material in the computerized guides (formatted by the internationally recognized Daisy system) will be identical to the printed GMAT study guides. According to Dave Wilson, president and CEO of GMAC, “This series of talking books reflects our dedication to matching people with opportunities for them to grow and succeed, no matter the challenges that may stand in the way.”
  • The Economist will be holding its FREE Global Online MBA Forum on November 15th and 16th for all MBA applicants interested in learning about various MBA programs around the world. Business schools that will be in attendance include Cornell Johnson, U. of Toronto’s Rotman School, IE Business School, York Schulich, and others.
  • Are you thinking about pursuing an international MBA? Check out our new special report, Internationalizing the MBA, by Accepted’s internationally-based consultant and editor, Tanis Kmetyk. (P.S. It’s free!)

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