MBA

How to Get Into Stanford GSB: Tips from a Former Admissions Interviewer

By - Oct 17, 06:31 AM   Comments [0]

  If Stanford GSB is on your list, you’ll want to listen in to this first hand advice from Stanford GSB alum and former MBA admissions interviewer. Fortuna expert coach Tatiana Nemo shares her insights into what the school is looking for and how you can...

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International MBA Applicants: You Can’t Afford to Miss This!

By - Oct 17, 06:30 AM   Comments [0]

There’s still time to register for The Six Steps to Understanding International Student Loans! Guided by our friends at Prodigy Finance, you’ll learn the terminology of student loans, how to compare loans, how to apply and qualify as an international student – and more. If...

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MBA Forums: Yay or Nay?

By - Oct 16, 07:04 AM   Comments [0]

Is there anything more tempting to an MBA applicant than business-school-related message boards? We understand the allure — in fact, many of our consultants cop to obsessively scouring those sites and threads when they were pulling together their own applications. But here’s something we all agree...

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Encore: Your Past Doesn’t Define You [Episode #228]

By - Oct 16, 07:00 AM   Comments [0]

  This week we are airing an encore of one of the most populars shows of 2017. Many applicants focus on the past - both the good and the bad - to the detriment of their applications. Find out the role your past plays in admissions and...

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How to Craft Your Personal MBA Elevator Pitch

By - Oct 16, 06:45 AM   Comments [0]

Your personal MBA elevator pitch is a compelling and concise conversation starter that expresses who you are, what you’re passionate about and what’s motivating you to pursue the MBA. In essence, it’s your brand statement. It’s valuable in the context of networking events with faculty...

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MBAnalysis Blog: Doppelgänger MBA Programs – If You Liked X, You May Like Y

By - Oct 16, 05:00 AM   Comments [0]

How do you “fit”? Whether it is about you liking a school or a school liking you (to the point that they accept you), the question of fit is one that should always be top-of-mind for any applicant. Do you like a school’s teaching style?...

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MBA vs MFE: 6 Tips to Help You Decide

By - Oct 15, 14:18 PM   Comments [0]

If you’re interested in pursuing a career in finance, you may be overwhelmed by the graduate program options. Two of the most common paths are an MBA (Master’s in Business Administration) with a concentration/specialization in Finance and a MFE (Master’s in Financial Engineering), which is...

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Six Must-Know Steps for International Students

By - Oct 15, 07:00 AM   Comments [0]

If you’re an international applicant preparing to study in the abroad, you may be asking yourself, “How will I pay for my degree?” Well, we can’t pay for it for you, but we can help answer your questions about how to navigate the funding process. To...

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Paying for Your MBA as an International Student

By - Oct 15, 06:30 AM   Comments [0]

If an international MBA has crossed your mind, you’ve probably taken a minute to look at the price tag of a programme or two. Now that you’ve picked yourself up off the floor and still can’t manage to shake your desire to pursue this amazing experience,...

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Reasons to Take the GMAT (Beyond Getting into B-School)

By - Oct 15, 06:00 AM   Comments [0]

Let's face it: very few people actually take the GMAT unless they're applying to business schools that require it. The GMAT is notoriously difficult, and no other type of grad school uses it for admissions practices. If you are filling out b-school apps, you already...

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