This week’s MBA roundup from Knewton highlights the improved job outlook for b-school grads as well as the growing trend of working for a social cause. Be sure to check out the admissions Q&A with University of Texas for tips on how to stand out in the application process.
These days, more and more grads are stretching their career goals to foreign lands and different types of companies. This CNBC article investigates why.
This article from The Independent examines the increased interest in social enterprise among b-school students and graduates. Could this trend just be a fad or a sign of changing mentality among MBAs? Read more to find out.
The director of admissions at University of Texas talks to Businessweek about how to make your b-school application stand out and the influence of Austin on students’ experiences.
The job outlook for b-school students is looking better than last year. The key to success? Networking, networking, networking. Find out more in this Businessweek feature.
In this Forbes post, Columbia Business School professors discuss how the school’s social entrepreneurship program is bridging cultural divides.
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