Columbia Business School has announced their application deadlines for students entering in 2018.
Due to their rolling admissions and unique “J-Term” scheduling, Columbia does not do the typical multi-round deadlines. Instead, the school has one deadline for January-entry students (who skip the summer internship and complete their degree in 16 months) and two deadlines for August-entry students.
Haas School of Business has announced their application deadlines for students entering in 2018. Haas considers applicants in three rounds:
Application deadline – Sept. 21, 2017
Decision posted – Dec. 14, 2017
Application deadline – Jan. 4, 2018
Decision posted – Mar. 22, 2018
Application deadline…Read More
A collaboration between HBS and the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), the new program is targeted at those interested in developing their general management and tech…Read More
When it comes to applying for an MBA, there are a lot of different ways to fail: You could complete your application and essays entirely in the Klingon language. You could accidentally set your suit on fire during your MBA interview. You could respond to all inquiries by saying, “I’ll do whatever I want, because I’m the boss of this place!”
Applying to Harvard Business School just got a little easier for active duty military members. The school has announced that it will waive its $250 application fee for members of the military applying to its MBA program.
The fee waiver is supported by a gift from Michael J. Zak, who served in the United States Marine Corps before attending HBS…Read More
For most people who are thinking about applying to business school, the admissions test is the first hurdle. The GMAT has long been the “default” test of MBA admissions, but the last decade has seen that perception shift rapidly.
MBA candidates know that if you want to get into a great business school, you (usually) need to get a great test score….Read More
Now, as of June 1, she has officially started in her new role, and Stanford GSB has marked the beginning of her tenure by releasing an interview that sheds some light on how she intends to approach the job.