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Business Master’s Programs Aren’t Replacing MBAs

By - May 18, 11:45 AM   Comments [0]

Although interest in specialized business master’s degrees continues to rise, findings from the Graduate Management Admission Council’s (GMAC) newly released 2017 Prospective Students Survey Report show that the MBA remains the predominant program format considered by candidates with both prior business master’s degrees (61 percent) and...

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MBAnalysis Blog: NYC, Fashion, and One-Year MBAs

By - May 17, 14:59 PM   Comments [0]

NYU Stern recently announced two new one-year MBA programs with one focused on Technology and the other on Fashion & Luxury. Both programs are May to May programs with the first cohort starting in 2018 with applications due this fall. The addition of these programs are...

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Indian Women: Six Tips to get Admitted to a Top MBA Program

By - May 17, 12:49 PM   Comments [0]

Business schools are luring the best female candidates from the around the world and enrollment of women is on the rise at top programs. Here are six things Indian women applicants can do to increase their odds. 1. Portray a Well-Rounded Profile Admission to Indian...

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Extracurricular Activities: The Must Pieces of your Application Puzzle

By - May 17, 12:00 PM   Comments [0]

You surely know that it is necessary to re-energize from your daily routine once in a while and allocate some time for your hobbies. Why don't we mix business with pleasure and think: what can your extracurricular activities tell MBA admissions about your personality? Here are...

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A Sabbatical for Yale SOM Dean Synder

By - May 17, 11:49 AM   Comments [0]

Edward A. Snyder, dean of the Yale School of Management, will go on a sabbatical leave beginning August 1, 2017, the school has announced. During that time he’ll continue to work on strategic projects such as the ongoing development of the Global Network for Advanced...

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How to Demonstrate Leadership When You Don’t Have Leadership Experience [Short Video]

By - May 17, 06:30 AM   Comments [0]

Most admissions committees are looking for applicants who can demonstrate leadership. If you don't have any formal leadership positions to discuss in your application essays, that doesn't mean that all is lost. Watch this short video for Linda Abraham's definition of "informal leadership" and how to...

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Webinar on Funding an MBA Abroad: This Thursday!

By - May 17, 06:00 AM   Comments [0]

Have you reserved your spot for this week's webinar, How Will You Fund Your MBA Abroad? If you want to learn how to pay for business school as a student studying in a foreign country, then you’ll want to tune in this Thursday, May 18th at...

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NYU Stern Launches Tech MBA, Fashion & Luxury MBA

By - May 17, 05:57 AM   Comments [0]

EXPARTUS MBA Admissions Consulting%%www.expartus.com%% New York University’s Stern School of Business has announced two new specialized MBA programs: one in tech, and one in fashion. Both are streamlined one-year programs. Raghu Sundaram, Stern’s Vice Dean for MBA Program’s and Online Learning, said the one-year schedule would be...

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MBAnalysis Blog: Columbia Business School and Rolling Admissions

By - May 16, 06:23 AM   Comments [0]

And we’re off to the races…if you are applying to Columbia Business School; that is. As of today, the CBS application is open, and as one of the few schools with rolling admissions, it also means that there is some advantage to applying before the...

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MBAnalysis Blog: Columbia Business School and Rolling Admissions

By - May 16, 06:23 AM   Comments [0]

And we’re off to the races…if you are applying to Columbia Business School; that is. As of today, the CBS application is open, and as one of the few schools with rolling admissions, it also means that there is some advantage to applying before the...

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