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New Research on MBA Gender Gap

Top business schools continue progress toward gender parity of their student bodies. Despite this progress, many top schools are struggling to effectively address an academic performance gap between male and female students. While pipeline issues …

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Flexibility is Key for Women Pursuing MBAs

Guest post by MBA@UNC’s Molly Greenberg There is a clear lack of female representation in senior leadership positions in the corporate world, and leading businesses are failing to rectify this imbalance even though gender diversity …

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Advice for Business School Applicants From Asia

This post originally appeared on Stacy’s “Strictly Business” MBA Blog on U.S.News.com According to the Graduate Management Admission Council’s 2015 Application Trends Survey report, China and India are the top countries where MBA and business school master’s …

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Enrollment Flags for Women Pursuing the MBA

As more and more business schools publish their MBA class profiles for the incoming class, it has become clear that despite all the discussion of women and MBAs of 2013, female enrollment numbers overall have …

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50 Years Later: Gender Gaps Persists at HBS

Harvard Business School marked this year’s 50th anniversary of admitting women to the two-year MBA Program with the W50 Summit on April 4-5th. The event, which drew more than 800 female graduates to the campus, focused …

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