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Archive for April 2020

First Oxford Global Private Equity Challenge Goes to Team From Haas

Case competitions may have gone remote, but they haven’t gone away. One example comes from the Oxford Global Private Equity Challenge. This new competition, run by the Oxford Private Equity Institute, was scheduled to launch at the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School this spring. Instead, the inaugural competition took place virtually with a prize…

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Stanford GSB Adapts With Three New Coronavirus Courses

Top business schools are adjusting and innovating in response to the unexpected changes that COVID-19 has brought. Since B-schools are all about providing an education in management, some schools are trying to take the current public health crisis as a unique chance to learn. The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, for example, rolled out a…

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Kellogg Waives GMAT Requirement for Round 3

Among the many logistical questions social distancing has created is one especially relevant to MBA applicants: how to take the GMAT? GMAC, the creators of the standardized test, put forward a solution by offering the GMAT virtually. So far, the response from test takers has been less than fully enthusiastic, with some expressing frustrations over…

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