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Archive for July 2017

8 Myths About Getting Into Business School

There are plenty of myths surrounding the business school application process. The problem with myths, however, is that they are not true. Yet many applicants rely on them and set themselves up for failure as a result. Here are some of the popular myths on applying to top MBA programs: Myth 1: You can’t get…

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HBS Adds Fellowship for Students from Lower-Income Backgrounds

Harvard Business School has announced a new fellowship called the Forward Fellowship, for students from lower-income backgrounds. Rather than looking only at a student’s current financial situation, the Forward Fellowship takes into account financial history and family background. Applicants who are awarded a Forward Fellowship will receive between $10,000 and $20,000 per year, on top…

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FT’s 2017 Ranking of MBAs for Entrepreneurship

Financial Times has published its 2017 list of top MBAs for entrepreneurship, which looks at how entrepreneurial alums from each program tend to be as well as how their business school education contributed to their experience as entrepreneurs. This year, the top ten schools are: Stanford Graduate School of Business MIT Sloan School of Management…

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AIGAC’s 2017 MBA Applicant Survey

The Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants has released the results of their 2017 MBA Applicant Survey. The survey contains a range of insights into how applicants typically approach the business school application process and what sources they tend to rely on in researching schools. Among other things, the results show that while applicants are getting…

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