Posts Tagged ‘Stanford GSB’

Stanford GSB Class of 2015 Profile

By - Jul 23, 08:54 AM   Comments [0]

Here’s a glance at Stanford GSB’s class of 2015 (from Stanford’s website): • Total applicants: 7,108 • Total new students: 406 • Women: 41% • International students: 35% • U.S. minorities: 21% • Range of years of work experience: 0-12 • Average years of work experience: 4 • Average GMAT: 732 • Complete GMAT...

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Get Accepted to Stanford Graduate School of Business

By - Jul 20, 08:00 AM   Comments [0]

If you’re seeking professional advice on how to gain a competitive edge to top b-schools in general, and Stanford GSB in particular then you’ll want to attend Accepted’s webinar, Get Accepted to Stanford Graduate School of Business. During the webinar, Accepted’s CEO and founder, Linda Abraham,...

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How Can I Get Accepted to Stanford GSB?

By - Jun 2, 09:48 AM   Comments [0]

Stanford GSB is the most competitive MBA program in the United States. Before you apply, make sure you really know what Stanford is looking for - and how to show the adcom that you've got it. Looking for advice on how to write the Stanford application...

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Stanford GSB 2015 MBA Essay Tips & Deadlines

By - May 25, 08:25 AM   Comments [0]

Stanford cut it's essays from 3 to 2, actually returning to the same two essays it asked for several years (or slight variations of them) before it increased the number of essays for the 2007 entering class. The other change in these questions is that...

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Breaking Down Changes to Stanford GSB’s New Essays for 2014/2015

By - May 18, 22:02 PM   Comments [0]

The essays are releasing in a fast and furious fashion this year, as GSB comes hot on the heels of Columbia releasing its own essays.  With Stanford this year, we see further evidence of a school and admissions office that is completely dialed in to...

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Classmates, Surfing and a Few More Reasons to Love Stanford GSB

By - Mar 18, 10:01 AM   Comments [0]

This interview is the latest in an Accepted.com blog series featuring interviews with current MBA students, offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at top MBA programs. And now, introducing Michał Wiczkowski, a first year student at Stanford Graduate School of Business… Accepted: We'd like to get to...

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Tim Eisenmann: Stanford GSB Student, Blogger, and World Traveler

By - Jan 26, 08:15 AM   Comments [0]

Here’s a talk with Stanford Graduate School of Business student, Tim Eisenmann – a world traveler with a unique work history, set out to impact his surroundings and change the world! Read our interview below to hear about Tim’s experiences at Stanford, and then check...

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Looking for MBA Application Essay Tips?

By - Dec 31, 11:27 AM   Comments [0]

B-school applicants: Are you looking for advice to help you answer specific essay questions on top MBA applications? Are you looking for a resource that offers up-to-date advice for the questions found on THIS YEAR’S apps? We’d like to introduce you to our updated special report,...

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Stanford GSB Debunks MBA Admissions Myths

By - Dec 2, 05:07 AM   Comments [0]

The Stanford MBA Admission Blog has published a trio of posts in November designed to dispel some of the misleading myths that continue to confound applicants. From interview questions to recommendation letter queries to work experience concerns, the admissions team at Stanford Graduate School of...

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Stanford GSB’s Huge Payouts

By - Nov 21, 08:30 AM   Comments [0]

Stanford’s class of 2013 employment report reveals some serious success for recent GSB graduates with a reported median base salary of $125,000. While this amount is unchanged from last year, the big increase occurs at the bonus level with median signing bonuses and guaranteed bonuses...

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