Reminder: Free MBA Career-Changers Webinar Tomorrow!

By - Aug 17, 11:59 AM   Comments [0]

Attention all career-changers: Tomorrow Linda Abraham, founder and president, will present an informative webinar that will guide individuals attempting to use the MBA to change career paths through the b-school application process. The webinar, MBA Catalyst for Career Change, will cover must-know material including the...

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HBS’ Dean Nohria Rules Out Harvard Campus in Asia

By - Aug 17, 11:55 AM   Comments [0]

Harvard Business School's new Indian-born dean, Nitin Nohria, recently announced that the top business school would not be opening new campuses in Asia, despite the overwhelming demand from Asian students, reports a Wall Street Journal article last week. Dean Nohria's first public gesture as dean had...

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MBA Admissions News Round Up

By - Aug 16, 11:47 AM   Comments [0]

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will be joining the Stanford GSB faculty next month as co-director of the school's Center for Global Business and the Economy, reports a Businessweek blog post last week. The center "aims to be the leader in developing and disseminating...

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Free Webinar for Career Changers Applying to B-School

By - Aug 14, 22:58 PM   Comments [0]

Are you considering changing careers? Does your dream job require certain skills and experiences that only an MBA will provide for you? Sign up for Accepted's upcoming webinar, MBA Catalyst for Career Change, to get the advice you need to apply to b-school successfully as a...

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2011 Cambridge Judge MBA Essay Questions, Tips

By - Aug 13, 23:15 PM   Comments [0]

Founded in 1990, the Judge Business School at University of Cambridge has powered its way up the international rankings, mainly because of its strength in entrepreneurship, particularly in technology and the sciences. A deeply collaborative school, it enjoys strong ties to the many companies in...

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Business Schools Report Decrease in 2010 Applications

By - Aug 13, 23:08 PM   Comments [0]

Along with the deterioration of the economy came a huge boom in b-school applications. According to a Businessweek article yesterday, "Business School Applications Sputter," that two-year boom now appears to be softening. Top MBA programs in the U.S., including Wharton and UC Berkeley Haas, have reported...

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UT McCombs 2011 MBA Application Questions, Deadlines, Tips

By - Aug 12, 23:00 PM   Comments [0]

UT McCombs 2011 MBA Essay Questions This UT McCombs 2011 MBA Application tip post is one of a series of posts providing  2011 MBA application and essay advice for applicants to top MBA programs around the world. You can access the entire series at My...

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American-Trained B-School Professors Wooed by Asia

By - Aug 11, 22:48 PM   Comments [0]

Top Asian business schools are "courting" leading U.S. professors as part of their strategy to strengthen their programs' credibility, reports a Wall Street Journal article, "Foreign Schools Target U.S. Professors." Deans at these Asian b-schools say that "nabbing 'star' professors is critical for building clout in...

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Chicago Booth Announces its New Dean, Sunil Kumar

By - Aug 10, 12:11 PM   Comments [0]

It's been a season of change for deans at top business schools in the U.S. Last week Sunil Kumar, Stanford GSB's Professor of Operations, Information, and Technology, was named the new dean of Chicago Booth. According to Robert Zimmer, University of Chicago president, "[Kumar] brings the...

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Save 20% on August’s Featured Ebook that Illuminates the Art of the LOR

By - Aug 9, 09:32 AM   Comments [0]

Here's what you may be thinking: Since someone else will be writing your letters of recommendation, you probably don't have to put much thought into that part of your b-school application, right? WRONG! While the actual writing of your letters of recommendation (LORs) may be beyond...

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