Archive for November, 2011

Ivey’s International Study Trip

by Richard Ivey School of Business on November 30, 2011

Things are pretty quiet around the Spencer Leadership Centre.  Today and tomorrow, 121 students from our MBA Class are flying to three parts of the [...]


Industries That Attract The Most MBAs

by John Byrne on November 30, 2011

Which top business school sends the highest percentage of its MBA grads into consulting? The answer to this and many other questions will surprise you. [...]


Applicant Question: Club Leadership Opportunities in Business School

by Jeremy Wilson on November 30, 2011

In a recent email, I was contacted by one of my regular blog readers.  He asked me about the ways to get involved in activities [...]


Economists Do It with Models – It’s More Fun That Way

by beatvit on November 30, 2011

In my recent post on Macroeconomics I quoted a joke from my Microeconomics professor that “Economist Do It with Models.” He never implied it was [...]


Xerox Corporation chief talks business transformation

by London Business School on November 30, 2011

As part of London Business School’s Business Leaders Series, ‘Leading Business Transformation in Uncertain Times’, introduced by the School’s Professor Julian Birkinshaw, Ms Burns also [...]



Year’s Highest Paid MBA: $675K To Start

by John Byrne on November 30, 2011

An MBA in this year’s graduating class at Stanford Graduate School of Business landed a hedge fund job in the Northeast that paid the freshly [...]


The 5 Worst Interview Mistakes

by Admissionado on November 30, 2011

So, you’re getting interview invitations… but no acceptance letters. What’s the deal?


Register For The Career Management Webinar

by McCombs School of Business on November 30, 2011

As a prospective MBA student who will be working full-time while pursuing your MBA, we understand the time constraints you are and will be dealing with as you explore your [...]


International MBA LAUNCH Module

by IE Business School on November 30, 2011

Before starting the first period, students participate in the IMBA LAUNCH program, an intensive two-week training period focused on change at a personal level. The acronym [...]


Certified Managers, Right?

by Kaplan GMAT on November 30, 2011

While I was in business school my wife was pursuing a graduate degree in psychology and my sister was pursuing a degree in medicine.  My [...]


Decisions Released on December 21st

by Darden School of Business on November 29, 2011

The Admissions Committee is busy reviewing applications, and we are excited to be in the midst of interviewing. We have received a few questions recently about when [...]


Gold-mining Executive-in-Residence brings a world view to QSB

by Queen's School of Business on November 29, 2011

Larry Phillips has spent a lot of time in airports. In his 21-year career as a founder and later EVP Corporate Affairs of Toronto-based IAMGOLD, [...]


Blame Kelsey Grammer

by Tuck School of Business on November 29, 2011

Yesterday, second year students had to submit forms setting out how we would like our name printed on our Tuck diploma and how we would [...]