Posts Tagged ‘UVA Darden’

2010 MBA Rankings Released by Businessweek

By - Nov 14, 12:53 PM   Comments [0]

Businessweek just released its biannual full-time MBA rankings. There were some minor shifts in this year's U.S. top 30 compared to those of 2008, and some more significant changes in the international rankings, as you'll see below. Top 30 U.S. Business Schools of 2010 (2008 rankings...

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MBA Admissions News Round Up

By - Oct 28, 00:58 AM   Comments [0]

A Businessweek article reports on the increased phenomenon of helicopter parents…not at preschools, middle schools, or even colleges, but at business schools. "Helicopter parents," a term used to describe hovering parents, have taken an active role in their children's b-school application process. And when we...

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MBA Admissions News Round Up

By - Oct 1, 03:54 AM   Comments [0]

UVA Darden announced last week the launch of its new Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) program. The 20-month part-time program is designed for executives who are seeking to sharpen their skills in a global framework. "The program will enhance the skills of high-potential...

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Economist MBA Rankings Released!

By - Sep 20, 00:38 AM   Comments [0]

According to The Economist, this year's rankings are "probably the most turbulent" in its nine year ranking history. How schools have responded to the difficult job market has greatly affected their position in the rankings since career opportunities for graduates and salaries of graduates account...

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MBA Admissions News Roundup: New Test Prep, NYU Stern Application Tips, and New B-School Rankings for Consulting

By - Sep 2, 09:25 AM   Comments [0]

Test prep companies have a busy season ahead of them; test prep traffic is bound to increase as future b-school applicants scramble to prepare for the Next Generation GMAT, reports a Businessweek article, "GMAT Test Prep: Changes on the Way." The new GMAT, which will...

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MBA Admissions News Roundup: New Test Prep, NYU Stern Application Tips, and New B-School Rankings for Consulting

By - Sep 2, 00:22 AM   Comments [0]

Test prep companies have a busy season ahead of them; test prep traffic is bound to increase as future b-school applicants scramble to prepare for the Next Generation GMAT, reports a Businessweek article, "GMAT Test Prep: Changes on the Way." The new GMAT, which will...

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U.S. News Reports on Unique Leadership Training Courses

By - Jul 29, 23:59 PM   Comments [0]

Developing leadership skills is an essential requirement for all MBA students. U.S. News describes some of the most innovative leadership courses at top b-schools today: UVA Darden's "Leadership and Theatre: Ethics, Innovations and Creativity" Duke Fuqua's Fuqua/Coach K Center on Leadership and Ethics University of California...

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UVA Darden 2011 MBA Application Questions, Deadlines, Tips.

By - Jul 16, 10:33 AM   Comments [0]

UVA Darden 2011 MBA Essay Questions This UVA Darden 2011 MBA Application tip post is one of a series of posts providing MBA application and essay advice for applicants to top MBA programs around the world. You can access the entire series at http://blog.accepted.com/acceptedcom_blog/tag/2011-mba-application-tips. My tips...

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2010 AIGAC Conference in Boston

By - Jul 2, 09:54 AM   Comments [0]

I will run out of superlatives if I attempt to describe the 2010 AIGAC Conference in Boston. Suffice it say that it was extraordinarily illuminating.  MIT Sloan and Harvard Business School graciously and generously hosted the event, which was kicked off by MIT Sloan’s Dean...

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Overcoming economic challenges: How four exceptional leaders work to improve top business schools

By - Jun 10, 04:04 AM   Comments [0]

First up, Dean Rich Lyons from UC Berkeley Haas has set a lofty fundraising goal: He'd like to raise $120 million by 2014. The money will be used to build a new non-degree executive education center, new research centers, and more faculty fellowships. Next, Dean Blair...

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