Wall Street Paying Top Dollar For MBAs

On March 14 The Economic Times, reported that banks are offering upwards of $180,000 to graduating MBAs. One Tuck student, a former NFL player, likened the aggressive behavior of recruiters to football players saying, “Once …

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Interview tips – be yourself

Interviews for round 2 are coming to a close. Wharton will post its Round 2 decisions later this week. HBS and Stanford will follow on March 28 and April 5 respectively. But a few applicants …

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Learning Outside of the Classroom

As we discuss frequently in this blog, a lot of the learning in an MBA program happens outside of the classroom. Frequently a student can even take advantage of broader University offerings – outside of …

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MBAs Doing Good

Last month Wharton’s blog discussed the Wharton Societal Wealth Program, which was also recently featured in the Financial Times. The Societal Wealth Generation Program uses entrepreneurship as a weapon to combat social problems in a …

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The Consortium

The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management is an organization for promoting diversity and inclusion in American business. Through an annual competition, The Consortium awards merit-based, full-tuition fellowships to a diverse group of US candidates. …

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Haas Launches Education Case Competition

UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business hosted the first Leadership Education Case Competition on March 1 – 2. This unique competition focused on creating a new financial plan for the Oakland Unified School District, which …

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