Columbia Business School’s Chazen Institute of International Business has received a $10 million gift. And the gift has come from none other than Jerome Chazen himself.

The institute will use the money to continue the work it’s doing and will update its name to the Jerome A. Chazen Institute for Global Business.

This name change reflects an expanded mission to engage in educational…

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If you’re thinking about going to business school, understanding the ins and outs of b-school admissions testing is an absolute must. Recently, there have been several important GMAT changes announced by GMAC, the creators of the test.

Whether you are thinking about taking the GMAT or have already taken the test, you need to know about these changes:

Changes to the GMAT score…

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According to Financial Times, a quarter of the top 100 EMBA programs worldwide take place entirely in the United States. The top five EMBA programs in the United States are:

– Wharton Business School (University of Pennsylvania)

– Fuqua School of Business (Duke University)

– Kellogg School of Management (Northwestern University)

– Columbia Business School (Columbia University)

– Stern School of Business (New York University)

Of course,…

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If you got off to a rocky start in college or hit a rough patch in your studies, it doesn’t necessarily have to derail your B-school plans – even if it puts a dent in your GPA.

In fact, business schools love a good turnaround story. Pulling yourself back up from academic failure can demonstrate other qualities like being able to recover…

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If you’re a female entrepreneur, there has never been a better time for you to both attend business school, and start your own business. Not only are almost a third of all business owners in America women, but the number of women-owned firms has grown almost 70% in under ten years.

Even better, minority women are blowing away the statistics…

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Biotechnology company Genzyme will start donating material from its corporate archives to Harvard Business School‘s Baker Library. The documents will be compiled into a special Genzyme Archive as part of the library’s Historical Collections.

Founded in 1981, Genzyme is the largest biotech company in Massachusetts and one of the largest in the United States. While the company has local roots –…

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Enrolling in an EMBA program is an investment. Not just because it increases your earning potential, but also because it can be costly!

For a few years now Wharton, Columbia and Kellogg have been neck-and-neck for the dubious honor of most expensive EMBA program. As fees continue to rise, the day is fast approaching when there will be $200,000 EMBA programs on…

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