So, you’ve decided that getting an MBA degree is next on your list of accomplishments, but as you begin to research top programs, you’re experiencing sticker shock.
If you’re serious about going back to school, you need to get serious about planning for it financially.
You bitterly wonder why the GMAT tests your geometry skills. After all, it’s not like you want to be an architect.
Despite their various unique brand positions and program structures, top MBA programs all must teach the quantitative basics of finance, accounting, economics, and statistics.
It's an oft-quoted fact that the most common fear in this country is the fear of public speaking. There you stand, in front of a crowd, palms sweating, heart racing, voice cracking, and every visible part of your body shaking.…
Still sitting on the fence about whether you want to pursue that MBA degree? Not sure you want to spend the money, miss out on two years’ salary, or, more importantly, if a career in business meshes with your life…
Recognizing the value of programming that would provide members with the flexibility to individualize their experiences while still uniting them as a group, Julie Shin (MBA ’09) rolled up her sleeves, donned her creative cap, and came up with Bond, Jane Bond.
You’re interested in an MBA, but worried it might steer you into a career with no room for self-expression?
Increasingly, students are being lured abroad to gain the diverse cultural perspectives valued by the companies where they eventually want to work, as well as for their own personal edification.
When the traditional two-year, full-time MBA program just isn’t in the cards, take heart. There’s a growing contingent of alternatives for the career-minded woman, whether considering an MBA in the near future or planning for it further down the career path.