If you’re coming from a non-traditional background and are unsure about whether an MBA is right for you, consider the following life skills you build through an MBA program.
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Two years ago around this time of year, I bought my first GMAT study book. It was soon after I had made the decision to apply to business school. Investing in this surprisingly expensive book, seemed like a worthy initial step to take.
Those applying Round 1 or 2 are likely starting to think about asking for recommendations from your current employer.
You've made the choice to pursue an MBA, congratulations! Before you start tackling those applications, your next big decision is to choose the type of program that is right for you.
Leverage interview logic and company research to write better admissions essays and prepare for your internship search at the same time.
If you’re interested in pursuing a career in non-profit management, check out this sample of intriguing internships available through Forté member schools’ career centers this semester.
When Katie Herrmann (Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, Class of 2011) entered her MBA program, her class was 34% women. The group that entered the following year was only 23% women. Unfortunately, women are still the minority in MBA programs across the country. But Katie knew what she wanted to do about it.
When Katie Herrmann (Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, Class of 2011) entered her MBA program, her class was 34% women.
Kima McCoy (Samuel Curtis Johnson School of Management at Cornell, Class of 2011) served two tours of duty in Afghanistan and one in Iraq.
Rebekah Ahn, Stern School of Business MBA Class of 2010, was honored as the recipient of this year’s Edie Hunt Inspiration Award at our recent MBA Women’s Conference in Chicago.