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New Georgetown MBA Course Focuses on Women Leaders

Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business has further expanded its efforts to groom young female leaders through a new MBA course titled Developing Women Leaders: Cultivating your Human and Social Capital, the school recently announced. Professor Catherine …

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MBA Scholarships for Women at LBS

Research  shows that there is an under-representation of women pursuing post-graduate management education and that a core barrier to participation is the financial resource barrier. To help to address this, Lloyds Banking Group is providing …

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MBA as Great Equalizer for Women

Although US Labor statistics still report women’s wages lag behind their male counterparts at 81 cents on the dollar, Forté Foundation‘s Elissa Ellis Sangster believes the gap could well shrink as more women enter the upper …

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Forté MBA Launch for Women

Here’s a unique opportunity offered by our friends at Forté Foundation for women interested in applying to an MBA program in Fall 2014.   Are you planning to enroll in an MBA program in Fall …

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Stanford MBA Class of 2015 Largest Ever

Stanford Graduate School of Business recently posted details of the MBA Class of 2015 profile, noting that at 406 students, this is the largest class in the history of the GSB. While quick to point …

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Gender or Social Gap: What’s the Real Issue at HBS?

The front page story on gender equity at Harvard Business School published in Sunday’s New York Times has caused quite a commotion among business school students, faculty, applicants, and the public at large. The article …

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