Have you been weighing whether an Executive MBA (EMBA) program is the right next move for your career? Designed for mid-career professionals with more than ten years of work experience, typically including managerial experience, an EMBA can be a great way to hone your leadership skills and take your career to the next level.
However, like a traditional MBA program, an EMBA…Read More
In last week’s article, we talked about what college seniors and other early-career professionals can do to prepare for eventual business school admission. But what if you’d prefer to head to business school as soon as possible – like immediately after college or graduate school?
Fortunately, there are several options for current students who know they want to pursue an MBA sooner,…Read More
Are you a college student who’s been thinking about business school for a while? You probably already know that most programs look for candidates with significant work experience – typically three to five years. However, that doesn’t mean you should forget about MBA applications for now!
There are many actions you can take during your senior year of college, and over the…Read More
Financial Times has released their 2017 ranking of MBA programs. INSEAD has held onto its number one spot from 2016, but the top schools have seen a few other significant changes.
This year’s top 10 in FT’s Global MBA Ranking are:
U.S. News & World Report have kicked off the new year with their most twenty-first century B-school ranking: the best online MBA programs.
Topping their 2017 list of online MBAs is Temple University’s Fox School of Business. Temple is followed by Carnegie Mellon’s Tepper School of Business and Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business.
Rounding out the top five…Read More
At EXPARTUS, we get questions almost every single day from MBA applicants who want to know if they have a fighting chance to get into their target schools.
Often, these applicants are struggling with some aspect of their profile, especially when they hold themselves up against the “average” candidate admitted to top business schools. Maybe they had a poor undergraduate GPA, or…Read More
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