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Great New Resource Guide for Veteran MBA Applicants

by Stacy Blackman Consulting on November 20, 2018

Military MBA applicants tend to blow other candidates out of the water, figuratively speaking, because they have a wealth of experience to draw from at [...]


8 Tips for Student Loan Refinancing

by Fortuna Admissions on October 4, 2018

Everyone loves a good deal, whether we’re talking about student loans or anything else. MBA students, in particular, tend to be money-savvy, and don’t want to [...]


Stanford Graduate School of Business Essay Analysis, 2018–2019

by mbaMission on September 26, 2018

If we were to choose an MBA essay question that we felt could be considered iconic, it would certainly be the Stanford Graduate School of [...]


Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT Sloan) Essay Analysis, 2018–2019

by mbaMission on September 12, 2018

The MIT Sloan School of Management’s application essay prompts make for an unusual but comprehensive set! First, you will have to provide the program’s unique [...]


Advance Planning is Key to Funding Your MBA

by Stacy Blackman Consulting on September 11, 2018

Business school is an expensive investment, and it’s never too early to start figuring out how you will pay for it. It helps to think [...]


New York University (Stern) Essay Analysis, 2018–2019

by mbaMission on August 29, 2018

New York University’s (NYU’s) Stern School of Business has simplified its application essays this season, dropping last year’s “Program Preferences” prompt, which asked candidates to [...]


Fixed vs. Variable Rates: Which MBA Student Loan is Right for You?

by Fortuna Admissions on August 23, 2018

Let’s face it, business school can be expensive, and many students find themselves needing to take out at least one student loan. With so many options [...]


Navigating Student Loan Repayment Plans

by Fortuna Admissions on July 3, 2018

Thinking of pursuing an MBA, but also among the 70 percent of college graduates carrying student loan debt? Given that the standard repayment timeline is a decade, [...]


The Right Way to Negotiate MBA Merit Scholarships

by Stacy Blackman Consulting on June 26, 2018

Acceptance into an MBA program is a major accomplishment that makes the months of application preparation (and worrying) all worth it. Icing on the cake [...]


Financing Your MBA at Stanford GSB With Fellowships

by Expartus on June 22, 2018

EXPARTUS MBA Admissions Consulting%%www.expartus.com%% The Stanford Graduate School of Business offers a top tier MBA education with the benefits of gorgeous year-round weather, a flexible curriculum, [...]


Things College Students Can Do Now That Will Pay Off Big Later

by Money in the 20s on May 31, 2018

Going off to university is a rite of passage that’ll help you prepare for a rewarding career. While it might be tempting to focus on [...]


Calculate the Return on Investment of Your MBA Degree

by Stacy Blackman Consulting on March 8, 2018

With the high cost of admission to a top-tier business school, prospective students should determine whether pursuing the MBA degree makes financial sense as a [...]


Michigan Ross Announces New Need-Based Scholarship

by Clear Admit on February 28, 2018

A $4.3 million gift to the University of Michigan Ross School of Business will go toward improving math proficiency. In particular, $1 million of the [...]


Top 4 Tips for Financing Your MBA

by Fortuna Admissions on February 27, 2018

If you’re applying to MBA programs, it’s probably not a surprise that it is a major financial commitment. Not only will you forgo two years of [...]


Stanford GSB Announces Next Steps in Financial Aid Controversy

by Expartus on February 17, 2018

Stanford Graduate School of Business has announced some of the steps it will take to improve transparency and move forward from a controversy surrounding its [...]