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MBA to Entrepreneurship: The Saddle

What does entrepreneurship really teach you? Apart from all the experience and the financial management, there’s an inert sense of corporate management that runs beneath every organization, a start up or an enterprise. When you’re a part of a greater organization, that sense can be instilled with the common experience that can be shared and […]

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My first day at the Red McCombs School of Business

July 30th, 8AM: Here I was, standing in front of the big statue – the Family Group – at the Red McCombs School of Business, impatiently searching through the emails on my phone to find the venue of my first class of Bootcamp – Quant. As I entered the building, it did not feel at […]

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Specialize in Computational Finance with MSCF from Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University

After detail coverage of specialization in finance as a specialization for MBA Students, B-School.com team decided to throw a light on advanced and more practical branch of finance that deals with problems of practical interest in finance. Popularly known as Computational Finance, this branch of study is generally related to specialization of data and algorithms which are used in […]

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Book your next keynote speakers on entrepreneurship

You and your friends burned the ships which may take you to corporate corridors and decided to sail on a boat called entrepreneurship. Your B-School is happy with your decision of becoming of job giver so do your professors, the dean at your b-school also took up the initiative to start a foundation for supporting […]

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How a Management Degree Can Help Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Can you learn to be an entrepreneur or is it something innate? This is a question that often divides the opinion in the management education world. Some believe that entrepreneurs are born risk-takers whose brains are wired differently than the rest of the population. Others believe it’s possible to learn the core skills to set […]

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Things To Do On The First Day of B School

So, you finally made it to your dream B School. If you are in foreign land, you might be anyways having a tough time feeling at home. Amidst this tensed atmosphere, what are the things that you should keep in mind when you attend the first day of business school? For students starting an MBA […]

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MBA in Finance: Things You Should Know About

What comes into your mind when the word “finance” strays into an informal conversation? I bet you know what it means but can’t precisely define it in the most accurate and understandable way. Very much like a “flower.” We know what it is but are generally stumped for words when asked to precisely describe it. […]

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MBA Courses: Five Most Popular among U.S. Students

When I took my post graduate studies, because almost all my peers did, I had the MMM (Masters in Manufacturing Management), a close cousin of the MBA (Masters in Business Administration). Any of the two is good enough for a graduate to make it to an organization’s succession planning program In our own little world, […]

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My Three Most Important Lessons Learned at Harvard Business School

Business school sometimes get a bad rap in the startup world.  Some of it is deserved – it’s big opportunity cost, and until fairly recently, the approach to most business schools to entrepreneurship has been more about theory than practice. Thankfully this is changing.  But what is very positive about business school and what hasn’t […]

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Top B Schools under GMAT and Their Specializations

For anyone aspiring to get into a business school, the first hurdle is the GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test). Forget about the other hurdles downstream if the GMAT is not successfully scaled. But how high must you jump to clear it? How high can a GMAT get? There is no specific number but a “ballpark […]

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