Category Archives: Stanford Advice

HBS and Stanford: Admitted to Both, Then & Now

Each year, the SBC client pool includes candidates admitted to both Harvard Business School (HBS) and Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB). We call these rare, “unicorn” applicants dual admits. Many SBC clients who achieved this impressive feat have received …

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Knight-Hennessy Scholars for Stanford GSB Applicants: Facts and Tips

Knight-Hennessy Scholars is an international graduate-level scholarship program for study among a 90-student cohort at Stanford University. Established in 2016, the program prepares students to take leadership roles in finding creative solutions to complex …

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Tuesday Tips: Stanford MBA Essay Tips for 2020-2021

The Stanford Graduate School of Business has announced the Stanford MBA essay questions for this year’s application. Today, we’re sharing our Stanford MBA essay tips to help you create a positive impression through your …

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Tuesday Tips: Stanford MBA Essay Tips for 2019-2020

SBC’s Stanford MBA essay tips for 2020-2021 are here! The Stanford Graduate School of Business has announced the essay questions for the 2019-2020 application. Today, we’re sharing our Stanford MBA essay tips to help …

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Face Off: Stanford GSB vs Berkeley Haas

The school selection process for MBA applicants can seem overwhelming. With so many great business schools, how do you decide which one is right for you? In SBC’s new blog series Face Off, we tease …

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Tuesday Tips: Stanford GSB Fall 2018 MBA Essay Tips

Stanford Graduate School of Business pioneered the open-ended personal essay and has continued that tradition this year. “What matters most to you and why?” is a simple question that can lead you down many paths. …

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