The University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business has opened its online application for the MBA Class of 2021 – and in doing so, the school announced several changes for this year’s admissions season.

The first will affect students who know they’re set on Darden and want to get ahead of the game. What’s the same as previous years…

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The Stanford Graduate School of Business offers a top tier MBA education with the benefits of gorgeous year-round weather, a flexible curriculum, and proximity to Silicon Valley.

If your heart is set on Stanford, the cost of attendance will set you back approximately $225,000+ according to most recent figures. Stanford has stated its commitment to providing need-based aid but expects…

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Where do students turn for information about MBA programs? Which programs have the best rapport with applicants? Answers to these questions and several others come from survey results just released by the Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants (AIGAC).

This year’s AIGAC survey gathered responses from almost 2,000 MBA candidates over the course of a month. The survey asked about…

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There’s no degree requirement for starting a business, but having an MBA can sure help. If you’re setting out on an entrepreneurial path, spending time in an MBA program can give you a boost. 

That’s because being in business school gives you access to a pool of resources as well as opportunities to try out your ideas that you wouldn’t…

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Unlike other MBA programs Columbia GSB is unique in that they have an early decision application deadline. The school also has two enrollment options, January and August, giving applicants more options for when they can start their MBA program. Early decision is for only August entry.

Here are the dates for the 2018-2019 Columbia GSB application Deadlines:

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Harvard Business School has announced a new online certificate program focused on leadership. The course, called Developing Yourself as a Leader, will be offered through HBS’s virtual learning platform, HBX. 

Developing Yourself as a Leader will last for 12 weeks and is designed for “high-potential emerging leaders” who want to work with HBS faculty and coaches while…

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In recent years, business schools have stepped up their efforts to build MBA classes that resemble the wider population in terms of racial and ethnic diversity. Of course, some schools have been more successful in this regard than others.

So how do B-schools in the United States stack up as far as representation of racial and ethnic minorities? Answering this question…

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