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The Three Hurdles to Business School Admission
08/03/2017 15:48:21 - (David)
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Here at AdmissionsConsultants we're often asked about what is the most important part of the business school admissions process. How do you know what an admissions committee will consider important? What part of the application will they focus on? How do you put your best foot forward? We find that it's helpful to think about the MBA admissions process as a series of three hurdles where you need to clear each hurdle to gain admission to the program of your choice.
LBS welcomes new dean
08/02/2017 12:13:16 - (David)
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François Ortalo-Magné became the new dean at London Business School today after being named back in July of 2016. Most recently, Ortalo-Magné served as the dean of the University of Wisconsin School of Business. We're guessing he'll come in with very little interest in selling naming rights to LBS.
Oxford's Said Business School announces new online fintech program
07/26/2017 15:27:34 - (David)
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Saïd Business School, University of Oxford released a press statement announcing the launch of a new online fintech program in collaboration with GetSmarter, which it described as a "global leader in education technology."
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Don't Miss Our August Newsletter!
07/24/2017 15:21:06 - (David)
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This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Tuesday, August 1 and include these items:
Video: Your MBA Admission Essays Should Be Like Love Letters
Undergraduate Institutions and B-School Admissions
Stanford Ranked Best for Entrepreneurship. Again.
AdmissionsBoards.com Business School Post of the Month
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HBS launches new needs-based fellowship
|07/24/2017 15:22:41 - (David)|
Harvard Business School has launched the Forward Fellowship commencing with the Class of 2020 to help "support students from lower-income backgrounds who have carried significant financial burdens or obligations."
You can click on the link above for more information.