MBA Admissions News Round Up

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  • Businessweek recently published an interview with INSEAD's dean-to-be, Dipak Jain, former dean of Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management. The Q&A reveals insights into who Jain is, why he chose this top European b-school as his next post, and what he plans to contribute to the MBA market. The interview contains lots of information on Jain's goals for expanding INSEAD's global footprint, including developing programs in Singapore, the Middle East, and the U.S.
  • A recent study reported in Businessweek shows that CEOs with MBAs rated slightly higher than CEOs without MBAs when it came to environmental responsibility, and that they "are not, repeat not, the evil monsters everybody thinks they are."
  • An article in the University of Pennsylvania's Daily Pennsylvanian looks at the history of women in Wharton admissions. The article traces the evolution of the growing female population, from 15 women in the class of 1954 (the first year the school officially admitted women) to today, when women make up 40% of the student body.
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