Tag Archives: BusinessWeek

Businessweek Ranks Best Part-Time, EMBA Programs

An uncertain job market and increased reluctance to take on enormous amounts of student loan debt are just two of the reasons cited by Bloomberg Businessweek for the recent surge in interest in part-time and …

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B-schools Seek to Shrink the Minority Faculty Gap

Last week, Businessweek’s Francesca Di Meglio reported that a mere 3.5 percent of b-school faculty in the U.S. is made up of minority groups such as African Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans.  This number comes …

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Show Me the Money: MBA Programs That Pay

There are many reasons to choose a top-ranked business school for your MBA program, and given the substantial investment, future financial compensation certainly makes it to the top of the list for many people.  …

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Europe’s B-Schools, Creative Careers On the Rise

The rise of the European MBA and more creative professions for MBAs were two hot topics covered yesterday in BusinessWeek. Mark Scott’s analysis of growing number of foreign students flocking to the continent’s top MBA …

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The GRE, GMAT Dilemma

As more and more business schools begin accepting both the GRE and GMAT for admission, applicants are stumped as to which test to take.  Francesca Di Meglio looks at the factors that go into this …

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Not Everyone’s On Board with GRE

BusinessWeek’s Alison Damast covers the next chapter in the GMAT v. GRE debate in an article posted online Wednesday. For now at least, it appears that most business schools plan to stick to the GMAT-only …

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