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Quick FAFSA Facts

By - Jan 20, 12:04 PM   Comments [0]

It’s January. The holidays are over, people are working on (or already breaking) their new year’s resolutions… and it’s time to file the FAFSA. Here are a few must-know facts and tips: • The FAFSA is the first step towards qualifying for federal and state financial...

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International Student Loans with Community-Based Financing

By - Jan 20, 10:50 AM   Comments [0]

Prodigy Finance is the leader in borderless student loans for international postgraduate students. Through our community platform, we offer financing to thousands of MBA and other Masters degree hopefuls, enabling them to attend the world’s top business schools and universities. Traditional banks are reluctant to lend...

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B-Schools That Rank for Landing Jobs in Investment Banking

By - Jan 20, 03:32 AM   Comments [0]

When looking to fill investment banking positions, top firms tend to direct their searches towards cream of the crop universities. Here are the top b-schools you should be looking at to give yourself the best chance of getting hired after graduation, according to the latest...

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Should You Apply to Business School Round 3?

By - Jan 17, 00:36 AM   Comments [0]

Still not sure if you should apply to business school Round 3 or next year? We’ll help you make that decision when at our upcoming webinar, Round 3 vs. Next Year: The MBA Admissions Debate. When the webinar is over, you’ll have a MUCH clearer idea of which...

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Introducing the New HBS Startup Studio

By - Jan 17, 00:16 AM   Comments [0]

Harvard Business School just announced the opening of the HBS Startup Studio, an off-campus center dedicated to supporting HBS entrepreneurial alumni and serving as a gathering place and workspace for New York-based teams (with at least one HBS alumni founder). According to the Harvard press release,...

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How on Earth Will You Pay for B-School…

By - Jan 14, 13:24 PM   Comments [0]

…and then have anything left to live on? Unfortunately, when budgeting and planning for b-school, you need to think about more than just that steep tuition price tag. There's the price of relocating, the time taken off from work, travel expenses (business and pleasure), social activities/entertainment,...

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What Should You Do When You’re Waitlisted Without Feedback?

By - Jan 12, 11:49 AM   Comments [0]

Our blog series, 12 Terrific Tips, offers specialized advice for MBA applicants in a range of situations – from deciding between an MBA and EMBA program, to applying as a member of an overpopulated sub-group, to acing your interviews…and loads more! Here’s the next post: As unfair...

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How Not to Ask for a Letter of Recommendation

By - Jan 11, 02:20 AM   Comments [0]

Your recommenders are doing you a favor, so the least you can do is make their job easier by following proper LOR etiquette. Breaking these important letter of rec rules may result in your recommenders deciding not to dish out the most favorable review. Stay...

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Resourceful Essay Recycling

By - Jan 10, 04:03 AM   Comments [0]

You’re applying to six different schools and each one requires 2-7 essays/personal statements which equals…a whole lot of writing. PROBLEM: How can you draft so many essays and still maintain a fresh and original voice in each? SOLUTION: Adapt one essay from one application to another essay...

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The Price of Higher Ed: 10 B-Schools with Astronomical Out-of-State Tuition Fees

By - Jan 7, 13:55 PM   Comments [0]

Staying local is the general trend for budget-conscious MBA students, and there’s a good reason for this. According to the stats over at U.S. News, out-of-state students could pay close to $60,000 a year above average local tuition fees at some public universities. Here are...

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