Poets & Quants has released its year-end ranking of international MBA programs, with INSEAD once again capturing first place.

Like the Poets & Quants ranking of U.S. MBA programs, the international ranking is created by aggregating major rankings from 2018.

Specifically, Poets & Quants ranked schools by combining four global rankings of MBA programs: Financial Times, the Economist, Bloomberg…

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So you’re waitlisted at your dream school. It might feel like you’ve won the prize that no one really wanted: an indefinite extension of the MBA admissions season.

But the good news is that you’ve still got a real shot at admissions, even if the odds are stacked against you. Here are 10 steps to maximize your chances of moving off…

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Stanford Graduate School of Business MBA graduates are now earning a median base salary of $142,000, higher than ever before. That’s according to Stanford GSB’s latest employment report.

The report also shows that 55 percent of Stanford’s MBA Class of 2018 reported receiving signing bonuses, with the median signing bonus coming in at $25,000.

Despite these respectable salaries, Stanford GSB…

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This year’s MBA graduates at University of California, Berkeley’s Haas School of Business took advantage of the school’s Bay Area location, with 31.7 percent going into tech.

Technology-interested Haas alums found jobs at companies like Adobe, Amazon, Google and Tesla, according to the list of top employers included in Haas’s 2018 employment report. Consulting heavyweights like Deloitte, Bain, BCG…

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Financial Times has released their annual continent-by-continent rankings of business schools in the Americas, the Asia-Pacific region and Europe. While Financial Times has long kept a ranking of European business schools, the Asia-Pacific and Americas rankings are only in their second year.

Unlike the Financial Times global MBA ranking, these rankings tally how schools fared in rankings of…

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Darden, Johns Hopkins Launch Dual Degree

University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business and the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) have announced that they’re teaming up to offer a new dual-degree program.

The dual degree will combine Darden’s MBA and SAIS’s Master of Arts. Typically, each degree would require two years to complete, but under the new program both degrees can…

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Haas Wins Duke’s Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition

A team from University of California, Berkeley’s Haas School of Business has grabbed the $10,000 prize in the Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition, hosted by the Duke MBA Energy Club at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.

This year’s competition brought together 34 teams from several continents. UC Berkeley was represented by a PhD student, Isa…

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