the Blacklight: Your New Go-To Source for Career Hacks and Life Inspo

No matter what stage of life or career you find yourself, everyone can use a few hacks to work smarter in today’s hyper-paced world. Enter the Blacklight from Stacy Blackman Consulting. This new newsletter has …

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Francesca Cornelli Named Dean of Kellogg School of Management

Kellogg School of Management has a new dean, and her name is Francesca Cornelli. Professor Cornelli is currently a professor of finance, deputy dean of degree education, and director of private equity at London Business School. …

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Should You Try to Negotiate a Merit Scholarship?

Landing a seat at the MBA program of your dreams is a major accomplishment. It makes all of those months of application preparation (and worrying) all worth it. If you’ve also received a merit scholarship, …

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Financial Times Announces 2019’s Global MBA Ranking

By many accounts, 2018 was a rocky year for graduate management education. However, interest in U.S. MBA programs continues to hold strong. Today, the 2019 global MBA ranking announced by the Financial Times shows some …

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Mastering the Harvard Business School Interview

Next week, anxious Round 2 candidates to Harvard Business School will receive news of their fate when interview invites go out on January 28th and 31st. In his recent post on the Director’s Blog, admissions …

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Hit the Pause Button on Applying in Round 3

Everyone has an opinion about submitting an MBA application in ultra-competitive round 3. Did you try your best, but you just couldn’t pull together all of your application materials before R2 deadlines hit? If so, …

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