Tag Archives: The Economist

At Kellogg School of Management, a New Era Awaits

This post originally appeared on the U.S. News–Strictly Business MBA admissions blog. Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management recently announced sweeping changes designed to transform business education and thought leadership in the 21st century. …

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Stacy Blackman Consulting in the News

We are in the news this week! Economist – Application Dos and Don’ts Economist again – Essay Tips Financial Times – How to choose MBA programs to apply to

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Kelley School of Business Explores Financial Support for Students

With tuition fees skyrocketing at many times the rate of inflation for the past decade, B-schools are perfectly positioned to develop new ways of paying for higher education, says Dean Daniel C. Smith of Indiana …

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MBA Programs Integrate Technology Into Teaching

With NYU Stern School of Business‘s plans to incorporate the Apple iPad in the classroom, and last year’s less-successful attempt to put the Kindle to work for MBA students at Darden School of Business, B-schools …

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Economist Releases 2010 B-School Rankings

The Economist’s annual ranking of full-time MBA programs around the world came out Friday, and with six of the top ten  spots going to business schools in the United States, Economist says this time around …

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How Location Fits When Choosing a B-School

How important is location when choosing a business school? The internationalization of management education has made it possible for anyone to find a great program at home or abroad. A recent piece in The Economist …

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