MBA

Match Your Personality With B-School Teaching Style

By - Jul 5, 05:37 AM   Comments [0]

Many MBA applicants make the same wrong assumption: No matter which top business school you attend, its teaching style will be more or less the same. While there are similarities across the top-tier programs, each school has a different teaching style. There's the case method approach;...

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How to Choose the Right MBA Program for You

By - Jul 4, 10:44 AM   Comments [0]

Today’s post comes from Manhattan Review Germany, a well-known provider of test prep and MBA Admissions Consulting in Berlin, Frankfurt and Munich. MBA programs are very specialized and require a good amount of investigation and consideration. "How will this MBA program help me to achieve my...

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MIT Sloan 2013-2014 MBA Essays

By - Jul 3, 15:37 PM   Comments [0]

The MIT Sloan School of Management has posted the MBA essay prompts included in the 2013-2014 application for admission. They are: We are interested in learning more about how you work, think, and act. For each essay, please provide a brief overview of the situation followed...

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Against the Odds: Indian MBA Applicants – Find a Way to Pay

By - Jul 3, 10:00 AM   Comments [0]

A quick survey of total out-of-pocket MBA expenses at some of the world’s top business schools may leave you weak in the knees. The range is about $150,000 to over $200,000 USD. That’s before adding in lots of extra costs like travel, computers, and loan...

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What’s New in MBA Admissions? A Report from the 6th Annual AIGAC Conference [Part 1]

By - Jul 3, 09:40 AM   Comments [0]

Change and innovation are vital in nearly every industry today, including in graduate school admissions consulting. Five Accepted.com editors, including company president and founder Linda Abraham, attended the 6th annual conference of Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants in Philadelphia June 12-15. We were graciously...

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UCLA Anderson Moves Towards Privatization

By - Jul 3, 08:30 AM   Comments [0]

UCLA announced this week that its MBA program (Anderson) will finally make the transition to a self-supporting program. In an email, Judy Olian, Dean of UCLA Anderson, writes about some of the benefits associated with this upcoming change: The tuition setting process will become more predictable,...

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Michigan Ross MBA Essay Tips

By - Jul 3, 05:36 AM   Comments [0]

Michigan Ross is a program that emphasizes learning both inside and outside the classroom, and is seeking candidates that are intellectually curious and able to accomplish their goals. At the same time, fit is a crucial part of the Ross evaluation process and Ross wants...

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Wharton School 2013-2014 Essay Questions

By - Jul 2, 15:36 PM   Comments [0]

The University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School has announced the required essay questions for the upcoming MBA admissions season. This year's applicants will now submit two rather than three essays, with a reduced word count from previous years---a trend which seems to be spreading across several...

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MBA Internship-to-Job Rate Rises as Employers Increasingly Pick from Summer Talent

By - Jul 2, 12:39 PM   Comments [0]

While the internship-to-job funnel has long existed in the banking and consulting industries, a Wall Street Journal article reports that more industries are filling full-time positions with their former MBA interns. And they’re not just increasing their internship-to-job rates, but some have started their hiring...

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