Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business has released their online application and admissions deadlines for the class of 2021. The deadlines are:

  • Round one: September 24, 2018
  • Round two: January 7, 2019
  • Round three: April 1, 2019

Before you can begin crafting an effective admissions essay for Tuck, you need to familiarize yourself with the school’s admissions criteria. Fortunately, the admissions…

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MIT’s Sloan School of Management is the latest top business school to release information on its MBA Class of 2020.

In releasing its class profile, MIT Sloan highlighted its commitment to building a diverse class, an emphasis it shares with other top B-schools. It said that “students’ diversity both shapes and drives the incredible opportunities available for collaboration and…

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It’s the end of an era at Columbia Business School. After 15 years on the job, dean Glenn Hubbard will step down in July 2019 and return to teaching.

Announcing Hubbard’s departure, Columbia University president Lee Bollinger hailed the dean’s tenure as “an historic period during which Columbia Business School was strengthened on every meaningful front.”

Indeed, Hubbard oversaw…

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The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School has unveiled a profile of its latest MBA cohort. Despite a 7 percent drop in applications this year – from 6,692 to 6,245 – this year’s class is quite similar to last year’s, at least as far as the numbers go.

Demographically, the Class of 2020 is almost identical to the Class…

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University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business is feeling pretty positive about their MBA Class of 2020. Announcing the release of their latest class profile, Ross summarized their thoughts on the situation by declaring that it just keeps getting better and better.

That phrase references the paradox of MBA admissions at top schools: as competitive as the process…

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Yale SOM is a small school with a top-ranked MBA program and an extremely strong culture of diversity. Their enrollment for the class of 2019 was just 348 students, with a median GMAT score of 730 and a student population that is 43% women, 45% international passport holders, and 27% U.S. students of color.

The school has released their…

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Every year, Harvard Business School draws a small but significant portion of its MBA students from the non-profit sector. This year, for example, 8 percent of students gained their pre-MBA work experience in government, education or non-profit.

For up to ten of those students, HBS provides a little extra incentive to bring them into its MBA program: a $10,000…

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