Tag Archives: School Research

B-Schooled Episode #30: Conveying Program Knowledge and Fit

This episode covers a quick admissions update from Harvard Business School, before diving into why it’s important for you to demonstrate your knowledge of and fit with the MBA programs you’re applying to—and how you …

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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 between …

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What Does the Adcomm Focus on When Evaluating Your MBA Candidacy?

Every year, we hear of MBA admissions offers going to Olympic athletes, NASA scientists, and former White House aides. While these profiles grab the headlines, they can discourage candidates without a flashy personal or professional …

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B-Schooled Episode #13: Virtual Info Sessions

Since in-person campus visits and traveling information sessions aren’t happening for a while due to COVID-19, MBA admissions committees are offering several different types of virtual experiences and online information sessions to help prospective students …

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B-Schooled Episode #7: School Selection and Program Strengths

In this week’s episode of the B-Schooled podcast, we cover: Two big mistakes we see applicants make regarding school selection An exercise to help you think about and narrow down your school list Which business …

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Advice for Applicants in the Time of Coronavirus

Normally, we use this space to bring you the latest news from MBA programs or provide timely tips to help you create the strongest MBA application possible. But business-as-usual feels strange when we’re living through …

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