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Know Your Customer: Meet the MBA Admissions Committee

By - Jul 17, 01:59 AM   Comments [0]

Hope everyone's MBA applications are off to a fantastic start!Whether you're in marketing now or aspire to take that first marketing class in business school, you probably already know the value of understanding your customer or target audience. So, to help as you move into...

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Chicago Booth Dean Kumar Named Provost at Johns Hopkins

By - Jul 15, 10:07 AM   Comments [0]

Johns Hopkins University has announced that Sunil Kumar, dean of the Chicago Booth School of Business, will become its 15th provost and senior vice president for academic affairs, effective September 1, 2016. “Sunil is a proven academic leader with uncompromising standards for excellence, great integrity, and a deep-seated...

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SBC Survey Results: More MBA Applicants Drawn to Consulting, Swayed by Scholarships

By - Jul 15, 09:32 AM   Comments [0]

More than 50% of business school applicants say they would attend a less desirable program if awarded a scholarship, according to SBC’s annual survey of MBA applicants. Our survey also reported that a post-MBA career in consulting (47.9%) was the top pick, up from 39.2% last year. After consulting, finance...

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Do Rankings Matter? A Few Ways to Think About this Common Question

By - Jul 15, 09:18 AM   Comments [0]

One of the most frequent questions that we get is whether rankings really matter. Do you have to go to the top ranked MBA program to be successful in life? Clearly the answer is no. There are many paths to success. But, let’s be...

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Four Test Prep Mistakes Business School Applicants MUST Avoid

By - Jul 15, 05:00 AM   Comments [0]

EXPARTUS MBA Admissions Former HBS admissions expert shines the light on foolish yet common applicant mistakes [This blog was first published by Chioma Isiadinso on Business Because MBA Application Blog] In the run-up to applying for business school, potential applicants fret endlessly about admissions tests. Which test should...

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Advice for European Applicants to the Top U.S. MBA Programs

By - Jul 15, 01:52 AM   Comments [0]

Since moving to Switzerland for what my family and I are calling an "extended business trip", I've had the opportunity to interview MBA applicants from several countries as an alumni interviewer for Kellogg. Through this experience, as well as consulting to clients from Europe over...

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UCLA Anderson School Fall 2017 MBA Essay Topic

By - Jul 14, 08:50 AM   Comments [0]

The UCLA Anderson School of Management has confirmed the required essay topic remains unchanged for the 2016-2017 MBA admissions season. First-Time Applicants—One Required Essay: We believe that the best results are achieved when you share success, think fearlessly and drive change.  With this in mind, what are your...

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Curious About Working with an Admissions Counsultant? Join Us for GMAC’s Google Hangout!

By - Jul 14, 07:54 AM   Comments [0]

If you’re working on your b-school application, you won’t want to miss our Q&A session during the Graduate Management Admission Council‘s (GMAC) upcoming Google Hangout, Behind the Scenes with MBA Admission Consultants, on Thursday, July 28 at 1pm EDT.   Hosted by Eric Chambers, GMAC’s Market Development Director and former Wharton School MBA...

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Tuck 2016-2017 Essay Tips and Application Deadlines

By - Jul 14, 05:36 AM   Comments [0]

EXPARTUS MBA Admissions Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business offers 2016-2017 MBA applicants four application rounds, beginning in early October. Those deadlines are: – Early Action Round: October 5 – November Round: November 2 – January Round: January 4 – April Round: April 5 Tuck asks MBA applicants to complete two...

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Focus on Fit

By - Jul 14, 02:59 AM   Comments [0]

In today’s episode, Accepted’s founder and director, Linda Abraham, shares the 4 not-so-easy steps of showing fit in your application. While they are not simple to do, these steps are necessary if you want to get accepted to a program where the acceptance rate is less than...

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