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So What's the Next Step?
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Our timeline page has been updated for suggested May and June activities for MBA applicants.
Please feel free to check it out. We always appreciate your valuable feedback.
Don't Miss Our May Newsletter
04/21/2016 14:06:21 - (David)
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This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Monday, May 2 and include these items:
Video: What Does the Future Hold for MBAs?
Looking Ahead to 2017 B-School Admissions
AACSB Forcing B-Schools to Change Again
AdmissionsBoards.com Business School Post of the Month
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Part Time v Full Time MBA
04/12/2016 12:33:33 - (David)
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If you are ready to pursue and MBA and you are trying to decide between a part-time MBA program and a full-time MBA program, here are some things to consider. In general, part-time programs are geared towards those with a little more work experience, those who don't necessarily want to change their careers, those who may want to keep their jobs, and also their employers are supportive of them getting an MBA, and if they happen to live near a top quality MBA program.
The 'Golden Rule' for Waitlisted Applicants
04/07/2016 10:45:05 - (David)
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One of the most difficult situations you might face as a b-school applicant is how to handle a waitlist decision from a school you really want to attend. Should you bombard the school with additional material, hoping that something you send will convince the school to admit you? Or should you just sit tight, fearing that submitting additional, unsolicited material will annoy the admissions committee?
Which Should Come First - Your Work Experience or Your MBA?
|04/07/2016 10:46:10 - (David)|
There's been much talk recently about people who apply to MBA programs right out of college, before they've had a chance to gain significant work experience.