Archive for April, 2019

Professor Profiles: Georgetown McDonough’s Simon Blanchard

by Stacy Blackman on April 29, 2019

Having the opportunity to learn from the best and brightest minds in business is one of the top motivators for many applicants considering an MBA [...]

Noun Modifiers can modify slightly far away Noun

by e-GMAT on April 26, 2019

Introduction   Noun modifiers, as the name suggests, modify noun entities. They are generally placed as close to the noun entity they modify as possible to avoid [...]

Impressive Extracurriculars for Busy People

by Vantage Point on April 25, 2019

Keeping yourself involved in extracurricular activities while also gunning for that next promotion or trying to learn Python for your day job is no easy [...]

Personal MBA Coach’s Guide To Post-MBA Goals

by Personal MBA Coach on April 23, 2019

This month Personal MBA Coach’s blogs have focused on guiding MBA applicants who are ready to get started but are unsure where to begin! As [...]

What Makes a Great MBA Resume?

by Stacy Blackman on April 22, 2019

First, the (kinda) bad news: it’s unlikely you’ll be able to use the current version of your resume for your business school applications. In fact, [...]

How long does it take to prepare for the GMAT?

by e-GMAT on April 19, 2019

How long does it take to prepare for the GMAT? Ashray scored a GMAT 760 with just 20 days of preparation. While Dhananjay, who worked 60+ [...]

Entrepreneurship and Easter Break!

by IMD Business School on April 18, 2019

We are done with our startup presentations and deliverables! What a whirlwind it has been for all of us! From sustainable footwear to reframing early-stage education, [...]

Yale team wins Impact Investing competition for second straight year

by Yale School of Management on April 18, 2019

A Yale team took the top prize at the MBA Impact Investing Network & Training competition for a pitch involving a peer-to-peer electric vehicle charging [...]

An Experiential Trek to the ISO-NE

by Tuck School of Business on April 18, 2019

By Patricia Perez-Arnay Concepcion T'20 Whenever you flip a switch, you have the certainty that the light is going to shine. This reliability in the electricity [...]

Yale SOM entrance hall named in honor of Dean Emeritus Jeffrey E. Garten

by Yale School of Management on April 17, 2019

Garten served as dean of the School of Management from Nov. 1995 to June 2005. The naming was made possible thanks to a gift by [...]

Avoid These Application Pitfalls

by Vantage Point on April 17, 2019

This time of year, our team is doing a lot of “ding analysis”, which is when someone who applied last year comes to us and [...]

Moving to Rochester? Current Students Are Here to Help!

by Simon School of Business on April 17, 2019

Picking up your life and moving to another city to begin a graduate business program is a big change. One of the things you’ll need to [...]

Examining Your Healthcare Higher Ed Options

by McCombs School of Business on April 17, 2019

Our MBA at Houston program is top-ranked, led by world-renowned Texas McCombs faculty, and positioned at the center of thriving Houston, Texas– the no. 1 city in the [...]

Mythbusting and exploring definitions in the world of ecosystems

by London Business School on April 16, 2019

What do we really mean when talking about business ecosystems? Business Ecosystems. A new way to think about business, or a vacuous phrase, used so inconsistently [...]