University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business has released an employment report for their MBA Class of 2016. Compared to last year’s data, alums’ average income has edged up, as have the number of grads taking jobs in consulting and technology.
A solid 93 percent of alums were offered jobs within three months of graduation, and 90 percent of alums…Read More
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MBA interviews can be challenging to prepare for. After all, an interview is always a dynamic experience – there are a hundred elements that can affect the way an interview progresses, from the specifics of the applicants’ background and resume to how hungry the interviewers are.
Information is one of the best assets you can have when you’re trying to prepare for…Read More
University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School has joined the Global Network for Advanced Management, a project that promotes collaboration among leading international business schools. Saïd received unanimous approval to become the Global Network’s 29th member overall.
Part of Saïd’s motivation for joining the Global Network is shoring up its international standing in the wake of June’s Brexit vote.
Peter Tufano, Saïd’s…Read More
There’s nothing quite so bittersweet as finally getting a response from your MBA application – only to find out that you’ve landed on the waitlist. But while you might feel like you’re in limbo, there’s actually quite a bit you can still do to strengthen your candidacy.
Many schools review waitlisted applications on a rolling basis as they go through additional admission…Read More
University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business is launching a new Master of Supply Chain Management, or MSCM, that will enroll its inaugural class in July.
The new program will take place over the course of ten months, compared with twelve months for Ross’s previous MSCM. Despite the shorter length, the new program includes more time on campus, which RossRead More
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The deadline for MBA applications are here and you want to make sure that you get everything done in time– all your i’s dotted and t’s crossed – before you hit “Submit”. Well, whether you’re just getting started or checking over all your work, we’ve got a stress-free application checklist that will help you ensure you’re sending out your best material:
Cornell Business has a new Masters in Management, or MiM, program in the works, Business Because has revealed. Plans are currently underway for Cornell to become the latest United States school with an MiM offering in 2017.
With the launch of the program, Cornell will become part of a larger trend. The MiM, a general management degree popular in…Read More