Let's take a good look at some of the basics of the MBA recruiting process, and what you should know before you enter business school in the fall.
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Whatever you choose to do with the next few months before you officially start your MBA experience, make sure to use the time well.
"As a first year MBA student at the University of Illinois, I have the opportunity to interact with highly motivated students from across the world exposing me to a global thought process."
Sarah Rumbaugh found the MBA recruiting process hard to navigate and started her own business as a result. Sarah shares five principles to help manage (and get through) choosing your career.
Our 2015 MBA conference "Let's Power Up!" was inspired, inspiring, and lots of fun! This video captures some of the highlights.
The women who attend the Forté MBA Women’s Leadership Conference will leave energized and committed to excelling in their career.
Read about a mom's journey to connect with, and now spotlight, women juggling MBA programs and parenting--as well as the other advice it inspired us to gather.
Before B-School started I would come home after work and take my time making dinner, reading a book, or socializing with friends. Now the hours after work are filled with more work, usually involving lots of reading or calculations. The…
Overall, the case competition was a complete thrill and an invaluable learning experience. We were able to meet intelligent and motivated students from other business schools that were competing, which was a great opportunity to expand our growing knowledge and network.
An important key to success in completing an MBA program is building your network. Seek out women leaders and inspiring professionals, and find ways to connect two them. Here are several tips to consider.