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Don't Miss the August Edition of the Insider Edge Newsletter!
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This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Monday, August 4 and include these items:
Video: Your MBA Admission Essays Should Be Like Love Letters
More MBA Programs Release Essay Topics
Top HBS Graduate Destination: SF Bay Area
AdmissionsBoards.com Business School Post of the Month
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Part Time MBA vs Full Time MBA
07/18/2014 15:59:19 - (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.
B-Schools Gaining Interest in Bit Coins
07/14/2014 11:28:33 - (David)
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Coin Report has an article about the rising interest at business schools in bit coins. (It's actually the most recent of several articles we've seen this week alone.) If you have an interest in learning more about bit coins,or if you're simply looking for more anecdotal evidence of how dynamic most b-schools are, this may be something to follow.
Handling a Low GMAT Score
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You can't get far in any discussion of b-school admissions without someone bringing up GMAT scores. That isn't surprising. MBAs often look at things in terms of numbers, so it makes sense that applicants would turn to a set of numbers to try to understand their admission chances. And GMAT score ranges are in fact a quick, reasonably valid way to compare the class profiles of different schools.
Thunderbird May Become Part of Arizona State
|07/07/2014 16:32:49 - (David)|
Thunderbird may become part of Arizona State according to Inside Higher Ed. The plan is to keep Thunderbird separate from the existing W.P. Carey School of Business. Thunderbird has long been a pretty well regarded independent business school that has fallen on hard times in the past decade or so.