MBA

Welcome to the Team, Libby Angst

By - Aug 17, 06:30 AM   Comments [0]

We’re happy to welcome Libby Angst to the Accepted team! Libby worked in the Kellogg Admissions Office, where she learned how to assess MBA applications and find the traits that top schools are looking for in their students. She evaluated all parts of the MBA app...

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Duke Fuqua MBA Essay Tips & Deadlines

By - Aug 17, 06:00 AM   Comments [0]

Leadership, teamwork, ethics, and a global approach to business are essential elements of the Duke Fuqua MBA, which is why you’ll need to make sure you express your passion for these ideals in your application essays. Impress the Fuqua adcom by positioning yourself as an...

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Hazing Complaints Lead INSEAD to Cancel Welcome Week

By - Aug 16, 23:07 PM   Comments [0]

EXPARTUS MBA Admissions Consulting%%www.expartus.com%% For 35 years, Welcome Week has been a rite of passage for incoming students at INSEAD. Now, that tradition is coming under close scrutiny following official complaints filed with the Comité National Contre le Bizutage (CNCB), also known as the French National...

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INSEAD Tips: Application Deadline, GMAT Scores and MBA Admission Requirements

By - Aug 16, 10:05 AM   Comments [0]

Fortuna Admissions’ Caroline Diarte Edwards was the Director of MBA Admissions at INSEAD for seven years. Below she shares her top insider tips and INSEAD MBA admissions requirements for applying to INSEAD. INSEAD top 10 insider admissions tip #1 – Do I have a chance of admission...

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MBA and Social Entrepreneurship

By - Aug 16, 06:54 AM   Comments [0]

The notion of using a management degree to do good while doing well has grown in popularity on today’s business school campuses, where an ever-increasing number of students plan on putting their business savvy to use within the nonprofit sector—often trading high-status, well-remunerated jobs for...

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Will You Be at Wharton Next Year?

By - Aug 16, 06:30 AM   Comments [0]

Are you planning to apply to Wharton this year or next? We know there’s a lot of information out there for applicants – some of which is helpful, and some of which, let’s face it, probably only increases your anxiety level. We’re committed to providing clear,...

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Retaking the GMAT With a Score of 700+: Should You Consider It?

By - Aug 16, 06:00 AM   Comments [0]

This may seem hard for some test-takers to believe, but sometimes even the high-scorers contemplate retaking the exam. It’s not unheard of for someone with a score of 700 – or even higher – to retake the GMAT to see if they can hit a...

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Should You Specialize Your MBA Degree?

By - Aug 15, 05:29 AM   Comments [0]

Unlike a master’s degree in finance or accounting or other specialty, an MBA is by definition a generalist program, exposing students to many different disciplines – both hard disciplines like finance and soft like organizational behavior. If you’re contemplating business school, think about whether you’d prefer...

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TOEFL is no longer required for Columbia MBA

By - Aug 15, 01:16 AM   Comments [0]

Starting this application season, the TOEFL is no longer required from international applicants (who attended a non-English-speaking undergraduate university) applying for Columbia Business School MBA program. CBS is following other schools that do not need a TOEFL, such as MIT, Duke and Yale. For more info on...

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Georgetown McDonough Essay Analysis, 2018–2019

By - Aug 14, 12:43 PM   Comments [0]

We have noted in the past our appreciation for the opportunity Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business gives its candidates to share who they are beyond the statistics and other facts presented in the rest of their application, and the school’s essay prompts for this...

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