MBA

Round 2 Updates from UCLA Anderson School

By - Mar 6, 19:05 PM   Comments [0]

On Wednesday, the MBA admissions office at UCLA Anderson School of Management released another batch of early Round 2 decisions. In an update to the MBA Insider’s Blog, admissions officer Jessica Chung shared a few updates for other anxious Round 2 applicants: One more batch of early...

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Enter our March MBA Bootcamp Giveaway!

By - Mar 5, 17:00 PM   Comments [0]

The early bird gets the worm, am I right? And those that fail to prepare are preparing to fail, ya? Who hasn’t heard that before? And, let’s be honest, we all know that preparing early is the way to go. Like, in the following situations: When a blizzard is...

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What are My Chances? African-American Politico Turned Energy Guy

By - Mar 5, 14:20 PM   Comments [0]

This blog post is one in a series of MBA applicant profile evaluations called “What are My Chances?” authored by Michelle Stockman. Michelle, who started consulting for Accepted in 2007 and worked previously in the Columbia Business School admissions office, will provide selected applicants with...

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Biz Ed ‘Oscars’ Celebrate Leading Case Writers

By - Mar 4, 11:25 AM   Comments [0]

Film actors weren’t the only superstars lauded this week. The 2014 Case Centre Awards, an annual event known as the “Oscars” of business education, honored the professors who have written the most effective case studies. The subjects highlighted through the winning cases give an insight into...

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Hard Work and Humility: Reflections of a UCLA Anderson Student

By - Mar 2, 14:59 PM   Comments [0]

We’d like to introduce you to UCLA Anderson student, Jenn Hyman. Read our interview below to hear about Jenn’s MBA adventure – her favorite things about UCLA, the thing she’d like to change about the program, her travels, her new job, and more! Thank you...

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Innovation at Carnegie Mellon Gets $10M Boost

By - Mar 1, 05:00 AM   Comments [0]

Entrepreneur James R. Swartz and his wife Susan have pledged a $10 million gift to Carnegie Mellon University to aid the university’s goals of enhancing the scope and impact of its innovation and entrepreneurship, the school announced Thursday. Swartz, who graduated from the business school in...

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Slow Ripening Fruit

By - Feb 28, 06:49 AM   Comments [0]

Guest post from our friends at Magoosh test prep Aristotle (384 – 322 BCE) wrote, “Wishing to be friends is quick work, but friendship is a slow ripening fruit.”  Of course, our fast-moving world doesn’t like to hear about things that take time, things that can’t...

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Waitlisted! What Now?

By - Feb 27, 12:08 PM   Comments [0]

So, you’ve been waitlisted and you’re not sure whether to laugh or cry. You can choose to do either, neither or both, but then it is time to figure out what to do next. Listen to the recording of our latest podcast episode to hear Linda...

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Round 2 Updates From Darden MBA Program

By - Feb 26, 20:41 PM   Comments [0]

Selected Round 2 applicants will continue to receive invitations to interview both on and off-campus, notes a recent update on the UV Darden School of Business MBA admissions blog. In fact, those highly coveted invites will go out up until the decision release date, which is...

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Round 3 Myth-Busting by Harvard Business School

By - Feb 26, 17:00 PM   Comments [0]

Applying to business school in the final round is a tricky proposition, primarily because your application needs to be exceptionally strong to garner one of those oh-so-limited remaining spots. Harvard Business School Director of Admissions and Financial Aid Dee Leopold recently did some myth-busting related to...

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