Tag Archives: Poets and Quants

Get the 411 on the Stanford MSx Program

Are you a mid-career professional seeking a transformational experience as fast as possible? The Stanford MSx program may provide that career boost you need. As an accelerated master’s program, you’ll spend one year reflecting, …

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Which Firm has the Most Former M7 MBA Admissions Officials in the World?

The results are in, and Stacy Blackman Consulting (SBC) ranks #1 out of eleven firms in this investigative overview by John Byrne, founder of leading MBA news site Poets & Quants. SBC has the most former …

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Harvard Business School Acceptance Rate, Deconstructed

The Harvard Business School acceptance rate is the second-lowest of all MBA programs worldwide. It’s eclipsed only by Stanford GSB, in part because the GSB has a much smaller class size. Poets & Quants …

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Getting an MBA During the Pandemic

Are you thinking about applying for an MBA during the pandemic? You’ll have plenty of company, as some news outlets predict the largest year-over-year increase in MBA applications in history. There’s no better time to …

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MBA Scholarship Trends at M7 Schools

Business school is an expensive investment, and it’s never too early to start figuring out how you will pay for it. We have witnessed a substantial increase in financial incentives offered to admitted applicants we’ve …

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MBA Reapplicant Success Story: From 24 Apps, 19 Dings to 1st in Class at Emory

We have an inspirational MBA reapplicant success story to share with you today! “I wrote 24 applications over two years and was turned down nineteen times in a row before anyone said yes. All said-and-done, …

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