Those acceptance letters are rolling in and now the time has come for you to make the critical choice of where you’ll be spending the next two years of your life and what those two years can mean for your…
Nicole shares why "By Invitation Only" is an excellent read for any woman interested in finance, fashion, technology, and start-ups.
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.
Live conferences, seminars, and networking events represent a unique chance to develop your networking skills, build your network, meet new friends, and be inspired.
Like most of the MBA applicants, I was accepted by multiple schools before I made my final decision; but the most important reason that helped me made my final decision is far more than just some statistics…
As an extrovert, I have always enjoyed conversing with people in social and professional settings but was apprehensive whenever I heard the term “networking.” It grated on me and connoted an expectation that I had to come away with specific action items instead of appreciating the conversation. Luckily I came to realize that networking was not in fact a dirty word and started to think of it more in terms of merely talking to and getting to know people.
Female MBAs—whether they’re pursuing or leveraging the degree—have a unique mark on women’s advancement.
Identifying and closing both performance and opportunity gaps in the workplace are the keys to success.
"Being an engineering major, the last thing you think about is business, but think about it -- if you move up higher in a company, for example, to become Vice President of your division, you will need to have a strong business foundation."