Tag Archives: Bloomberg Businessweek

Martoma: a Lesson for MBA Applicants on Owning Up to Mistakes

Earlier this month, Stanford Graduate School of Business made the unprecedented move of nullifying the MBA degree of Mathew Martoma, the SAC Capital Advisors LP employee convicted of insider trading. For those unfamiliar with the education …

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Harvard Business School Offers its First MOOC

Harvard Business School has finally revealed the first subject it will offer as a massive open online course, or MOOC, as they are commonly known. More than 10,000 students have already registered for “Innovating in …

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Tepper Crowned Best Part-Time MBA Program

Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business takes the top spot in Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2013 ranking of the best part-time MBA programs. With a close-knit cohort of just 194 students in the program, this part-time …

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Wharton School Offers Free Online MBA Courses

Whether you’re interested in previewing first-year MBA material, or just looking to get up-to-date with the fundamentals of business and management, the new MOOCS, or massive open online courses, offered by University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton …

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B-Schools with the Highest Debt Burden

For most b-school applicants, the high cost of an top-tier MBA program is an important consideration in the decision-making process. If that sounds like you, check out the latest ranking released by Bloomberg Businessweek of …

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Show Me the Money: Top Schools for Scholarships

Ever wonder which elite MBA programs offer the most free money to students? Bloomberg Businessweek revealed the results last week of its recent ranking of the top B-schools for scholarships. Based on the percentage of …

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