4 Research Tips for Veteran MBA Applicants

In honor of Veterans Day, we are re-posting a story with advice for veteran MBA applicants transitioning from the military to business school. Some veterans don’t immediately see the correlation between their skills and experiences …

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What Makes a Great MBA Recommendation Letter

The recommendation letter forms an integral part of your MBA application package and can make—or break—your chances of admission. Most schools request two letters of support, and one should come from a supervisor if possible. …

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Stanford GSB Enacts New Financial Aid System

Following last winter’s scandal surrounding the financial aid award practices at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, the school has revamped its policies and will now base scholarships solely on economic needs. Uproar ensued when a …

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$25M Gift to Enhance Entrepreneurship at Wharton

The Wharton School’s More Than Ever fundraising campaign has received a significant boost thanks to a $25 million gift from Wharton School alumnus Nicolai Tangen and his wife Katja Tangen. The gift supports entrepreneurship and will spearhead …

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Addressing MBA Admissions Myths at Michigan Ross

The University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business  is an academic powerhouse no matter which way you slice it. Last week, in The Economist‘s 2018 ranking of best MBA programs, Ross jumped five spots over last …

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Economist Crowns Chicago Booth 2018’s Best MBA Program

This week, The Economist has published its annual ranking of the world’s best MBA programs, and the University of Chicago Booth School of Business once again takes the top spot for 2018. This is the …

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