Archive for March, 2014
Alumni Spotlight: Max Chun Hsu, MBA ’08
I chose Simon for its world renowned finance and accounting faculty. Attending the University of Rochester as an undergraduate also played a factor in my [...]
On to Round Three
Congrats to our new round two applicants who were accepted to the Class of 2016 last week! While our class is almost fully crafted, we [...]
Two Masters Degree Options: Which is Right for You?
Stanford GSB offers two different masters degrees focused on general management. Since you’re reading this MBA Admissions blog, you’re probably already pretty familiar with the [...]
What to Do on LinkedIn AFTER You Set Up Your Profile
As I continue to speak to so many of you during strategy sessions (reserve your free spot here), one of the things I am learning [...]
A day at Druids Glen with the Smurfit Golfers
21st March 2014 – Druids Glen Welcome to the first outing of Year 2 of the UCD MBA Michael Smurfit Golf Society (we really must [...]
EMBA Programs That Don’t Require GMAT: Part 2
Although the GMAT was, for years, a staple in admissions requirements for any sort of MBA program, more and more schools are beginning to rely [...]
Planes, trains and automobiles – a journey with the EMBA
Planes, Trains & Automobiles…a great film. John Candy and Steve Martin get stranded over the Holiday season and have to use all means of transport [...]
HBS’ Bold Entry into the Digital Market
At a squat, nondescript building on the edge of campus, Harvard Business School has quietly built a 32-person staff for its new online learning initiative HBX The [...]
Surviving the MBA Admissions Interview
Check out the top 5 MBA admissions interview tips.
Coffee Chats With Current MBAs
By David Burford I have a friend who is so picky about his dining experiences that he is unwilling to eat at any restaurant in which [...]
Review: MGMAT Practice CAT Test
Check out Helen's review of the MGMAT practice CAT test.
Save Time and Eliminate Frustration on DS: Draw It Out!
Don't miss Stacey's key takeaways for solving DS questions by drawing out scenarios.
EMBA Programs That Don’t Require GMAT: Part 1
Executive MBA programs differ from your traditional MBA programs in that they are geared toward professionals who are generally mid-career and are looking to further [...]
The MBA Degree: Is It Really Worth It?
Year after year, it’s the question asked by hundreds of thousands of people around the world: Is the MBA degree worth it? Does it really make [...]