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This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Monday, May 1 and include these items:
Video: What Does the Future Hold for MBAs?
Looking Ahead to 2018 B-School Admissions
Positioning Yourself to Succeed as a Re-applicant
AdmissionsBoards.com Business School Post of the Month
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Thoughtful School Selection Will Help Your Application Outcomes
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School selection is the first and one of the most important steps in maximizing your chances of MBA admissions success. You're much more likely to be welcomed at those schools which are good matches for your background, interests, learning style, and personal and career goals – provided you understand how to present yourself in a way that highlights your good fit with that school.
Is the accelerated MBA right for you?
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A standard MBA program requires 2 years of full-time study. For many people, that represents an unacceptably long time away from the world of work. Some people find it difficult to forego 2 years' salary. Others worry about missing out on developments in fast-growing industries, or about losing touch with key contacts and professional networks.
INSEAD lands 10 million euro donation
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INSEAD received a 10 million euro donation to boost its entrepreneurship program. The school plans to use the funds to hire new faculty and establish some new Ph.D. scholarships.
Kellogg's new Global Hub opened
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Kellogg's new 410,000 square foot Global Hub opened. Leann Paul, Kellogg's lead project manager for the Global Hub stated, "We designed a building that's adaptable so that as technology and programs change in the future, the building can adapt with those needs."