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Highest-paid MBA tops 500K
02/05/2016 16:56:53 - (David)
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Poets & Quants is reporting the highest-paid MBA last year pulled in over $500,000 with signing bonus. A couple others were north of $300,000 while the median hovered around $125,000 at the top schools and the very lowest paid MBAs pulled in less than $30,000 for public service work in Asia.
The "Name Value" of Your Undergrad
02/03/2016 16:14:30 - (David)
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Without exception, the top U.S. b-schools are associated with the country’s top universities – Wharton with the University of Pennsylvania, Tuck with Dartmouth, Kellogg with Northwestern, and, of course, Harvard with Harvard, Stanford with Stanford, and Columbia with Columbia. Some MBA applicants wonder if that means that holding an undergraduate degree from a less-celebrated college or university could lessen their chances of winning admission to a top U.S. b-school.
Darden's New Campus
01/25/2016 15:33:44 - (David)
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Darden announced it will be opening a new campus in Rosslyn (downtown Arlington across the river from DC) for its EMBA and Global MBA for Executives students. We anticipate this will fuel a lot of growth as Charlottesville isn't exactly convenient for most executive students.
Don't Miss Our February Newsletter!
01/19/2016 09:08:44 - (David)
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This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Monday, February 1 and include these items:
Video: Round 3 Is "A Different Game"
The 2016 Outlook for MBA Graduates
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AdmissionsBoards.com Business School Post of the Month
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Cornell to Launch Digital Tech Program
|01/19/2016 09:11:07 - (David)|
In response to demand from high tech companies for trained managers (yes, the same companies that often belittle the MBA, Cornell is developing a program with a focus on big data and other issues specific to high tech. Several companies are rumored to be sponsors including Amazon, Yahoo and LinkedIn. We believe this program has the potential to bring even more high tech companies to the NYC metro area.