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B-Schooled Podcast Episode #44: Negotiating Merit Scholarships

If you’ve been accepted to an MBA program, congratulations! If you’ve been accepted to an MBA program *and* have received merit aid from the school, even better! This episode of B-Schooled covers: …

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Is an MBA Worth It? Here’s Your Checklist

Step 1: Block out the Noise Young professionals have always evaluated the worth of embarking on a two-year MBA program. This value analysis typically happens well before they commit to the MBA …

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4 Research Tips for Veteran MBA Applicants

Graduate management education provides many benefits for veteran MBA applicants. Besides the skills-building and networking opportunities, it can be an incredible launchpad for a civilian career. Yet some veterans don’t immediately see the correlation …

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Stanford GSB Enacts New Financial Aid System

Following last winter’s scandal surrounding the financial aid award practices at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, the school has revamped its policies and will now base scholarships solely on economic needs. Uproar ensued when a …

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Yale SOM Scholarship for First-Generation College Students

By some estimates, first-generation college students make up 30% of entering freshman classes. This sector of the population, being the first in their families to attend university, typically encounters significant financial constraints. In fact, economic …

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Advance Planning is Key to Funding Your MBA

As MBA applicants look to funding their MBA education, finding and applying for fellowships is an important next step.

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