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Be Yourself in Your MBA Admission Essays
01/13/2017 10:47:02 - (David)
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Today's MBA programs are built around training and developing leaders, not followers. To that end, admissions committees look for applicants who have character, who stand out in the crowd. With applications to MBA programs increasing steadily, separating yourself from the rest is crucial.
Leadership is a Key Component in Essays
01/12/2017 14:27:04 - (David)
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Invariably, b-schools ask applicants to write about their leadership qualities at some point in their essays or in an interview. Sometimes the question is explicit, as in Wharton's "Where in your background would we find evidence of your leadership capacity and/or potential?" Other times, the question of leadership is implicit, as in Stanford's "Tell us about a time when you empowered others" and "Tell us about a time when you had a significant impact on a person, group or organization."
University of Michigan shortens supply chain program
12/21/2016 16:47:31 - (David)
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University of Michigan shortened its supply chain management program from 12 months to 10 months. It now ends in April to coincide with recruiting and includes more classes on big data. Even if you're not interested in this school or program, please understand that programs do change and not much remains static in higher education!
Don't Miss Our January Newsletter!
12/19/2016 16:53:08 - (David)
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This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Monday, January 2 and include these items:
Video: Interviews Require Careful Preparation
Handling a Low GMAT Score
Cracking the Interview Code
AdmissionsBoards.com Business School Post of the Month
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Cornell is launching a 12 month MiM
|12/19/2016 16:55:01 - (David)|
Business Because reported over the weekend that Cornell is about to introduce a one-year master in management next year. The MiM degree has become increasingly popular. It is mostly targeted towards applicants without work experience and it has definitely helped degree holders successfully differentiate themselves from traditional undergraduate degree holders in the entry level job market.
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