Applying to schools for your MBA can be a long and sometimes difficult process.
Then comes the even harder decision of deciding which school you want to attend once you’ve been admitted.
We know you take time to decide where you go because you know it impacts the course of your career.
This is why we would love for you to take the AIGAC…Read More
Deferred enrollment programs are an increasingly popular way for students to apply to MBA programs right out of college while still gaining work experience before matriculating. And now Wharton is getting into the game with a new deferred enrollment program for Penn undergrads.
The impetus for the new program was a $10 million grant from Wharton graduates Ken Moelis and Julie…Read More
Instead, the school has just announced that it will be implementing a new MBA curriculum starting this fall. The new curriculum introduces several changes, including a more personalized structure, new tech-related electives, and a greater emphasis on…Read More
It’s been just about a year since the Graduate Management Admission Counsel released the Executive Assessment for professionals who are interested in applying to an EMBA program. Now that it’s been out for a while, it’s worth taking a look at the pros and cons of the test, to see how well it stacks up against the GMAT.
One of…Read More
Taken on their own, the statistics are jarring: between 2015 and 2016, women earned only 38 percent of MBA degrees issued internationally. In the United States, that number was 36 percent.
In context, it’s even worse. For graduate degrees generally, 60 percent of degrees were issued to women. And for many specialized business masters degrees, half of degrees issued are now going…Read More
Here at EXPARTUS, MBA candidates come to us at many stages in the application process, and with varying degrees of knowledge about what an admissions consultant does.
For some people, hiring an MBA admissions consultant is an obvious choice: they know they want the guidance, and they come to us at the very start of the process. Other people reach out to…Read More
With the Trump administration’s second, revised travel ban appearing to be headed for a drawn-out legal battle, international students at United States business schools are left wondering what the executive order will mean for them.
The order, scheduled to go into effect on March 16 before it was blocked by multiple federal judges, would have barred travelers from six majority-Muslim countries…Read More