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AIGAC 2019 MBA Applicant Survey Results Released

By - May 28, 18:00 PM   Comments [0]

AIGAC (the Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants) recently released their 2019 MBA Applicant Survey, which substantiates the idea that today’s applicants continue to consider human interaction to be a competitive advantage. More and more, applicants see the importance of talking to current MBA studentswhen selecting schools...

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Share Your Experience. Take This Survey

By - Mar 31, 06:30 AM   Comments [0]

Have you been accepted to b-school? Do you want to win $500? Help others get to where you've gotten by sharing your experiences in the 2019 AIGAC survey. This survey is for applicants who have been admitted to one or more business schools that start Aug./Sept. 2019....

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Up Close and Personal with Berkeley Haas at the 2017 AIGAC Conference

By - Aug 6, 06:00 AM   Comments [0]

Last month, the Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants – AIGAC – held its annual conference, and Berkeley Haas generously hosted our first two days. This “host” role included a valuable opportunity to interact with Dean Rich Lyons (just announced he will step down), Haas...

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What’s New in Stanford MBA and MSX Admissions? Reporting From the 2017 AIGAC Conference

By - Jul 31, 06:30 AM   Comments [0]

The Stanford MBA program has a new admissions director – Kirsten Moss – and, everything being personal in this program, she is already leaving a fresh stamp on admissions approaches. During our AIGAC (Association of International Graduate Application Consultants) annual conference a couple of weeks...

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AIGAC 2017 MBA Applicant Survey Results Released

By - Jul 18, 06:00 AM   Comments [0]

AIGAC (the Association of Independent Graduate Admissions Consultants) released the results of their 2017 MBA Applicant Survey, which shows an interesting paradox about millennials: they love the instantaneous availability of information in today’s digital world, yet also feel that personal attention and human contact are...

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Accepted Applicants: Got 2 Minutes? Help Us Out & Help Fellow Applicants

By - Apr 23, 04:54 AM   Comments [0]

The AIGAC survey will be closing on April 24, which means you're running out of time to participate in this important research endeavor AND you may lose your chance at winning $500! Share your application experience with us now by filling out this survey –...

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AIGAC 2016 Take Aways

By - Jun 30, 00:48 AM   Comments [0]

I’d like to share some conference “takeaways” from the Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants (AIGAC) meeting in Cambridge, Massachusetts earlier this month. Held at MIT Sloan with visits to HBS, Tuck, and Babson and with presentations by representatives of Wharton, INSEAD, Georgetown, Carnegie Mellon,...

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Accepted Applicants: Got 2 Minutes? Help Us Out & Help Fellow Applicants

By - Mar 31, 02:20 AM   Comments [0]

The AIGAC survey will be closing on Saturday, April 30th, which means you're running out of time to participate in this important research endeavor AND you may lose your chance at winning $500! Share your application experience with us now by filling out this survey...

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Share Your Experience. Take This Survey

By - Mar 13, 11:47 AM   Comments [0]

Have you been accepted to b-school? Help others get to where you've gotten by sharing your experiences in the 2016 AIGAC survey. This survey is for applicants who have been admitted to one or more business schools that start Aug./Sept. 2016. Your survey results will...

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AIGAC’s 2015 MBA Applicant Survey [You Can Win $500!]

By - Mar 11, 15:19 PM   Comments [0]

As Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants (AIGAC) members, we are conducting a survey to help us better understand our readers’ goals and needs. We’d like to invite all of our MBA readers to share their school selection priorities and views on the MBA application process. Take...

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