Posts Tagged ‘Stanford Graduate School of Business’

Stanford Graduate School of Business Class of 2017 Profile

By - Aug 31, 15:32 PM   Comments [0]

Who will be graduating next year from Stanford GSB? Let’s take a look at the class of 2017 (from the Stanford website)… • Applications received: 7,899 • Students matriculated: 407 • Women: 40% • International: 40% • U.S. minorities: 19% • Average GMAT score: 733 • Range of GMAT score: 570-800 • TOEFL:...

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Applying to Stanford GSB? Register ASAP!

By - Jul 12, 02:25 AM   Comments [0]

Are you applying to Stanford GSB? Our webinar THIS Wednesday will give you the tools to create a strong application that will get you accepted. You don’t want to miss this! Sign up now for Get Accepted to Stanford Graduate School of Business, and join us live on...

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Understanding Stanford GSB’s Interest in Personal Qualities and Contributions

By - Jul 11, 02:32 AM   Comments [0]

What are the qualities that Stanford GSB is looking for as they build their class? How do successful applicants stand out from the crowd? At a school as competitive as Stanford, it’s a fact that many smart, accomplished applicants won’t get in—so how can you...

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Don’t Miss Out on Stanford Admissions Advice!

By - Jul 7, 11:06 AM   Comments [0]

A quick reminder that our webinar, Get Accepted to Stanford Graduate School of Business, is taking place next Wednesday, July 13 at 10am PT/1pm ET and at 5pm PT/8pm ET ! There’s still time to sign up. If you’re applying to Stanford, you won’t want to miss...

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Understanding Stanford GSB’s Take on Demonstrated Leadership Potential

By - Jul 7, 10:41 AM   Comments [0]

What are the qualities that Stanford GSB is looking for as they build their class? How do successful applicants stand out from the crowd? At a school as competitive as Stanford, it’s a fact that many smart, accomplished applicants won’t get in—so how can you...

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Get Accepted to Stanford Graduate School of Business

By - Jun 28, 02:18 AM   Comments [0]

A beautiful campus in the heart of Silicon Valley. An entrepreneurial mindset. Gorgeous Northern California weather. All the cultural offerings of the SF Bay Area. And…you? Will you be at Stanford GSB next year? If you’re preparing to apply, don’t miss our upcoming webinar, Get Accepted to...

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Stanford GSB 2017 MBA Essay Tips & Deadlines

By - May 17, 11:49 AM   Comments [0]

Stanford's Knight Center earned the highest LEED Platinum rating for environmental sustainability. And the focus on recycling has apparently carried over to Stanford GSB's MBA essays. Stanford has recycled its 2015-16 essays for the 2016-17 application cycle. This recycling is done for good reasons: These are excellent questions...

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Stanford GSB Alum Transforming Online Dating for the Ambitious [Ep. 139]

By - Feb 4, 14:19 PM   Comments [0]

With a hat-tip to Valentine’s Day, this show is about a dating app for the “smart, busy and ambitious” as well as life at Stanford GSB and start-ups. Meet Amanda Bradford: [0:46] She earned her bachelors in Information Systems in 2007 from Carnegie Mellon.  After getting her degree,...

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Scandal Swirls Around Stanford: Dean Saloner Resigns

By - Sep 26, 18:54 PM   Comments [0]

Here’s the short story: Stanford Graduate School of Business Dean Garth Saloner, who has been serving as dean of the Stanford Graduate School of Business since 2009, will be leaving his post next summer. He was having an affair with GSB professor Deborah Gruenfeld (of...

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How To Answer Stanford’s WMM Essay?

By - Aug 23, 01:11 AM   Comments [0]

By Danielle Marom, Senior Application Consultant at Aringo:   Stanford’s Graduate School of Business’ celebrated (did I hear ‘dreaded’) What Matters Most essay (herein WMM) has both stumped and challenged applicants over the years. This question is (arguably) the furthest thing from a ‘traditional’ b-school question (though...

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