B-Schooled Podcast #171: School Strengths and Selection

B-Schooled

 

This week on B-Schooled, we’re replaying a popular episode of the podcast with a topic that many MBA aspirants are thinking about right now. Namely, which business schools they should target for the upcoming application season. In it, host Erika covers:

  • Two big mistakes we see applicants make regarding school selection
  • An exercise to help you think about and narrow down your school list
  • Which business schools have reputations or are otherwise known for being strong in particular areas

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