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Dione

Dione holds an MBA degree from Stanford Business School (GSB) and a BA degree from Stanford University, where she double majored in Economics and Communication with concentrations in journalism and sociology. Dione has served as …

Forté Releases MBA Gender Inequality Update

Does an MBA degree eliminate gender inequality – such as the pay gap – when graduates return to the workplace? Unfortunately, no, says new research from Forté Foundation. However, both MBAs and their employers are …

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Stephanie

As an Admissions Committee member at The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University, Stephanie traveled both domestically and internationally to recruit students to Duke’s MBA program, evaluated application files and made recommendations for admission. …

Professor Profiles: Kellogg School’s Jose Maria Liberti

Having the opportunity to learn from the best and brightest minds in business is one of the top motivators for many applicants considering an MBA degree at an elite business school. The professors and lecturers …

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FT Creates New Ranking of Top MBA Programs for Women

The Financial Times, whose MBA ranking focuses on return on investment for alumni three years after graduation, has released a brand-new ranking based exclusively on the outcomes for women—and the results differ significantly from the …

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Princeton Review’s 2018 MBA Rankings

The Princeton Review, known for its college rankings in dozens of categories based on how students rate their schools, is now expanding its coverage of business school programs. The company recently released its 2018 annual …

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