Archive for October, 2014

Build Your Professional Path: The Importance of Finding a Mentor

by Forté Virtual Campus on October 31, 2014

Today’s article was written by Alina Tang. If I have learned anything from college so far, it’s the importance of surrounding yourself with the right people—people [...]


Applicants Overwhelming Favor GMAT Over GRE, Kaplan Survey Reveals

by Stacy Blackman on October 31, 2014

Acceptance of the GRE as an admissions alternative to the GMAT among U.S. business schools has reached critical mass, according to Kaplan Test Prep’s 2014 [...]


Islamic Finance

by IE Business School on October 31, 2014

From October 12 – 16, IMBA students embarked on a unique and once in a lifetime cultural journey in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. IE Business School [...]


Amazon Top Employer of Ross ’14 MBAs

by John Byrne on October 31, 2014

Amazon.com, which in recent years has emerged as one of the biggest recruiters of top flight MBA graduates, hired a record 27 MBAs from the [...]


Common Mistakes to Avoid in your B-School Applications

by Fortuna Admissions on October 31, 2014

Be aware of these common mistakes that many applicants make when applying to b-schools.


The value of the MBA team

by UCD Smurfit Graduate Business School on October 31, 2014

In week six of our Organisational Behaviour & Decision Making module we explored some of the concepts behind work groups and teams with Dr Paul [...]


MBA Career Search: How Recruiters Use the GMAT to Assess Job Candidates

by Beat The GMAT on October 31, 2014

Did you know that your GMAT score may impact your MBA career opportunities? Jeff Rice, Executive Director of Career Management for the Fisher College of [...]


A Day in the Life: Learning Accounting Through Darden’s Case Study Method

by Darden School of Business on October 30, 2014

Ranked the #1 Education Experience by The Economist, Darden’s learning environment is intensive, inspiring and life-changing. We combine the case study method with experiential learning [...]


I’m a Tuck Student and a Mom

by Tuck School of Business on October 30, 2014

By Anna L. T’15 Anna is originally from China and came to the U.S. to pursue graduate study. She worked in various health care organizations, including nonprofit, [...]


I’m a Tuck Student and a Mom

by Tuck School of Business on October 30, 2014

By Anna L. T’15 Anna is originally from China and came to the U.S. to pursue graduate study. She worked in various health care organizations, including nonprofit, [...]


A quick Round 1 update

by Anderson School of Business on October 30, 2014

Happy Thursday! It's been a little over a week since our Round 1 application deadline, and adcoms have been super busy reading files. It's time [...]


3 Simple Rules to Navigate Pregnancy at Work

by The Harbus on October 30, 2014

If you haven’t already, you will probably come in close contact with a pregnant woman in the near future. She might be your partner, co-worker [...]


Tuck Career Stats Among Best Ever

by John Byrne on October 30, 2014

Six months ago, one second-year MBA student at the Tuck School of Business boasted that “the job market is phenomenally frothy.” He was as right as [...]


2014-2015 Cornell MBA Essay Tips

by Stacy Blackman on October 30, 2014

Check out an in-depth analysis of this year's Cornell application essays.