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Booth Gets $13 Million to Attract Hispanics
12/09/2014 12:45:32 - (David)
|12/16/2014 13:56:21 - (David)|
University of Chicago received a $13 million gift to help it attract Hispanic applicants. The money will be used as financial aid to admitted Hispanics who choose to attend the school.
Technical Degrees Replacing MBAs?
12/03/2014 16:53:32 - (David)
|12/09/2014 12:48:49 - (David)|
Recently technical degrees such as big data have gained traction and mainstream support. That's great. With the emergence of large amounts of data, there is a definite need for that skill set. But so say it's going to replace the MBA? We're not buying that. Talk to the MBAs in the most prominent and highly paid positions. Ask them how much of their job is technical. It's soft skills. It's trying to create and develop new markets. To put it another way, it's not overly technical.
Transcripts Not All They Could Be? Try an Alternative
11/24/2014 11:40:49 - (David)
|12/03/2014 16:54:23 - (David)|
If you're looking for ways to get started on your b-school applications for next fall, here's a suggestion: contact your undergraduate school (or schools) and request copies of your transcripts for your own use.
Don't Miss the December Edition of the Insider Edge Newsletter!
11/18/2014 11:47:58 - (David)
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UMKC Launching New Program
|11/18/2014 11:59:20 - (David)|
The University of Missouri-Kansas City's Henry W. Bloch School of Management is launching a new one-year MBA program that will join about 20 other US schools for being accredited by the AACSB. Applicants must have a minimum of two years' post undergrad experience and a minimum GMAT score of 650.
Do those admissions standards seem a bit ambitious, you think? Well, here's why we blogged it. FREE tuition for the first entering class!