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ROI on your MBA

For every Jobs (Apple) there is a Donald Trump (The Trump Organization), Sheryl Sandberg (Facebook), Warren Buffet (Berkshire Hathaway) and closer to home, Anand Mahindra (Mahindra & Mahindra). While the list of the former cluster may dwindle, that of the second lot, armed with an MBA from a top school, continues to swell.   Child […]

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Forbes Names Stanford as Best US Business School

Beating Harvard and Booth, Stanford has claimed the No.1 position in Forbes list of business schools in the US. With likes of recruiters like Bain, Boston Consulting Group, McKinsey, Apple and Google, it firmly cements its position as the best of the best. We have a peek look at Stanford’s top ranking and the numbers […]

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Get Connected With All The Best Business Schools Via Social Media

Well, it is that time of the year again –  bschool applications, deadlines, application tips, standardized tests, and stress.  LOTS of stress.  But there are PLENTY of resources to bring the stress level down. The internet is a vast resource and it may seem at times that there is an information overload. But the truth […]

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Is Your B-School Accredited?

Choosing the right business school is no less important than say, having a good GMAT score to be admitted into one. When I say “right,” I mean “accredited” right. So what is this b-school accreditation and how important is it? Accreditation is the process that a business school voluntary undergoes in order to get public […]

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The University of Michigan- Ann Arbor (Ross)

The University of Michigan Ross School of Business which has its reputation as one of the best business schools in the country has gathered tremendous momentum as a result of Stephen M. Ross’s donation to the school which is worth $100 million. It is largely because of these funds, the institute has been able to […]

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You Can Beat the GMAT

I know of a guy who was a brilliant student from his elementary grades up until he graduated from law school. His brilliance never dimmed a bit when he took his review classes for the bar exams. But when the big day came, he wet his pants from fear and backed out even before the […]

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Checklist in Getting into a Business School (Part 2 of 2)

I am fascinated with National Geographic’s Air Crash Investigation series. It shows that in a lot of air crashes, human error and mechanical failure are more to blame than foibles of Nature. Your planned take-off for a business school can crash as well, not from Nature or mechanical failure, but from your own doing unless […]

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