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Archive for November 2017

Applying To Business School With Gratitude

Yesterday was Thanksgiving, an important American holiday that brings friends and families together. I want to remind applicants to stay positive and thankful as they go through the application process regardless of the outcome. Here are a few reminders of this. Rejected? Were you rejected from your round one schools? This is a blow. But…

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Bloomberg Businessweek Releases MBA Rankings

Harvard Business School has held onto its first-place spot in Bloomberg Businessweek’s ranking of MBA programs in the United States. Meanwhile, Wharton and Sloan are ascendant, taking over second and third place respectively. Here are Bloomberg’s top ten: – Harvard Business School – The Wharton School – Sloan School of Management – Booth School of Business…

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15 Student Ventures Selected for HBS’s Rock Accelerator Program

What do FastFloss, the “comfortable, easy and quick way to floss all your teeth at once” and Waypoint, a system that uses “augmented reality to train frontline workers on complex process using holographic workflows,” have in common? That’s easy – both are projects that have been selected to participate in Harvard Business School’s Rock Accelerator…

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How to Know Whether B-School is Right for You

So much has been written about when you should apply to business school. There are tons of articles about the average age for US schools (27-28 years) and international schools (29 years). A lot has been written about when to apply, round one versus round two. And articles abound on the transformative impact of the…

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The Economist’s 2017 MBA Rankings

The Economist has released its 2017 ranking of full-time MBA programs. This year, Kellogg has grabbed the number one spot. Overall, the top ten are: – Kellogg School of Management – Booth School of Business – Harvard Business School – The Wharton School – Stanford Graduate School of Business – UCLA Anderson School of Management – Haas School of Business – Tuck School…

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