Career Paths: Using Your MBA for Social Enterprise

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According to UN figures, there are 65 million people in the world now officially registered as refugees, living in temporary camps awaiting resettlement – 4.9 million are from Syria. Only 134,000 refugees were resettled in 2015.

Beyond the MBA: GMAT for PhD Applicants

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The GMAT exam can be your first step to a career as a business school professor. It is common knowledge that many business schools require MBA applicants to submit their GMAT scores as part of

MBA Hiring Demand to Rebound Post-Pandemic

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Corporate recruiters project robust hiring demand for business school graduates post-COVID, with 9 in 10 projecting hiring to increase or remain stable in the next five years. This news comes from the Corporate Recruiters Survey

MBA Admissions Tips From The Students Who’ve Done It

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Getting into business school can be a challenge, whether you’re applying to a top MBA program or not. The MBA application and admissions process is time-consuming, stressful, and resource-intensive. After making a significant personal investment to

Top 9 MBA Scholarships for Black MBA Students

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The business world has a diversity problem. Fewer than 2 percent of top executives leading the world’s 50 biggest companies are Black, according to USA Today. While business schools are boosting MBA diversity in various

What is the Value of an MBA During a Recession?

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For those who were at business school when Lehman Brothers collapsed in 2008 and triggered a global financial crisis, the jobs market looked pretty bleak. In light of the coronavirus pandemic, today’s forecast is just

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