Tag Archives: Women MBAs

Build an Effective MBA Application as a Female Candidate

This post originally appeared on Stacy’s “Strictly Business” MBA Blog on U.S.News.com It’s tempting to dismiss the idea that female MBA applicants can benefit from targeted tips when applying to business school as out of touch or …

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Stanford GSB Expands Course on Female Entrepreneurship

Stanford Graduate School of Business‘s course on female business leaders has become so popular it has a lengthy waiting list. According to a recent profile in Fortune, “Entrepreneurship from the Perspective of Women,” taught by …

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3 Challenges Facing B-School Recruitment

Top MBA programs worldwide value diversity because the presence of distinctly different points of view usually leads to more enriching discussions in the classroom and beyond. However, there are challenges to creating a diversified cohort, …

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Targeted Tips for Women MBA Applicants

Are there specific tips and tactics just for women who are applying to business school? While it’s tempting to dismiss the existence of any gender differences in the application process or in student life, you …

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MBA Students on Classroom Diversity

Earlier this week, Bloomberg Businessweek launched a new series called One Question, which will attempt to take the pulse of MBA students here and abroad to suss out what Next Gen business leaders are thinking. …

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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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