Archive for January, 2015
How Did Top B-Schools Fare in Financial Times’ 2015 MBA Ranking?
The new 2015 Financial Times Global MBA Ranking is out and for the third year in a row, the #1 spot goes to Harvard Business [...]
How to Decide Between MBA Programs
How should you figure out where to spend eighteen months of your life? Find out!
3 Steps to Your Best Score: Take Control of Your Test-Taking Experience
Use your results to improve your performance. Here's a new tool that puts you in the driver's seat.
At Home at Booth
My path to Chicago Booth is one that began long ago. Growing up in Pentwater, Michigan — a kind of quintessential “Pure Michigan” town — [...]
I Was in a Rough Professional Spot: How to Pull Yourself Together
I was as in a rough spot. The first few months after having a baby was tough. I was exclusively pumping because my daughter had a [...]
Dartmouth Tuck School Names New Dean
The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth has named Matthew J. Slaughter as the school’s 10th dean, Dartmouth announced Thursday. A scholar of international economics and [...]
The HBS Final Term Has Begun
It’s been a while, so please allow me to wish you a belated Happy New Year! It’s been more than a month since my last post [...]
The M7 in The FT’s 2015 MBA Ranking
Business school rankings are all over the place. That’s largely the result of the motivations of the editor who created the methodology that determines how [...]
The Tyranny of Choice
One of the great benefits of the UCD Smurfit Executive MBA is the ability to select from a wide range of optional subjects that make [...]
3 Reasons to Consider Applying in Round 3
There are reasons why an applicant may still want to apply in round 3. Find out more!
How My Tuck Exchange Experience Helped Me Think about the Leader I Want to Become
By Terry Levine, T'EX Terry Levine is an exchange student from the Fletcher School at Tufts University where he is working on a master's in law [...]
Student-Created MBA Classes: Impact Investing
Darden students have the ability to shape and mold their own educations. One recent example of this is the pair of students who created their own [...]
Recognizing and Maximizing Your Strengths
Today’s article was submitted by Stephanie Watkins. We all fear the dreaded interview question, “So, tell me what your greatest weakness is.” But for me, the [...]
Insider Insight on the Rotman Problem Solving Challenge
The Rotman Problem Solving Challenge (RPSC) provides you with another opportunity to demonstrate your talent beyond the traditional admission criteria. I judged individual presentations in [...]