MBA-Business-Schools.com highlights profiles of several professionals who have benefited from earning an MBA. Prospective graduate students can benefit from the insights in articles like “MBA Profile: Stacy Blackman,” and they can learn about the successes of MBA graduates in the business world. The site provides MBA tips and advice, book reviews, a weekly column for working adults who want to pursue an MBA, a locator search tool for business school and other informative articles.
(PRWEB) January 31, 2007 — A section profiling MBA degree program graduates on MBA-Business-Schools.com offers prospective students insight into the benefits of earning their graduate degree. MBA-Business-Schools.com, an online business school directory, features articles like the new “MBA Profile: Stacy Blackman” that give students advice about pursuing a master’s program. The site also provides book reviews, a regular column for working adults, a geo-locator search tool for universities and other resources.
Stacy Blackman, currently featured on MBA-Business Schools.com, runs her own Los Angeles-based consulting firm and helps prospective MBA students as both a coach and consultant. The profile shows how her MBA allowed her to create her own business, which provides a comprehensive service assisting with the MBA application process including admission essays, the GMAT standardized test and admissions applications. At $5,750, her four-school service isn’t cheap, but she reports that 97 percent of her clients are accepted at one of their top four school choices.
The benefits of using a site like MBA-Business-Schools.com as an educational resource are huge according to Bob Embrey, CEO and founder of Embrey & Associates, a Seattle-based technology and management consulting firm: “Several schools are at your fingertips, and it costs nothing to ask for more information. Once you have that in hand, the rest of the application process goes without too much effort. Even if it is rigorous, it’s well worth the bother to earn an advanced degree.”
MBA-Business-Schools.com has also profiled Scott Cook, the man behind Quicken and Intuit. New profiles about business professionals with MBAs are expected to be added to the site.
MBA-Business-Schools.com is an MBA resource site that helps business professionals boost their careers. The site offers a school search tool, tips an advice, and an MBA book review for professionals and students interested in educational and career advancement in the business field.