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A Successful Interview: What You Should Wear and Is It Important To Look Perfect?

Interviews are like stone crushers; they’re tough and can break even the hardest of the players. The battle is of mental strength and academic capability. There are people who end up speaking a lot in the interview and some who go mute. The reasons are over-confidence, nervousness and fear of the result. The anxiety is […]

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Interacting With The Alumni: An Important Step Before You Plan Your Admisision

If there’s one legacy which any school carries forward, it is its students. That’s one connect which keeps the old students bonded to each other; connect of being an alumni and walking the same legendary corridors. Alumni of management schools assume crucial importance in the brand building and development of the schools. Many students excel […]

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Reviewing all of your application materials for Round 1 deadlines

As the round 1 deadline nears, you will want your family and friends to support you by helping you find any unforeseen mistakes in your MBA application. While that’s the best way to figure out any mistakes that you may have made in the seemingly perfect MBA application form, you may want to be aware […]

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In Conversation with Sherry Ford Wallace – Director of Full-time MBA Admissions at UNC Kenan-Flagler

UNC-Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler School of Business provides numerous programs to improve students’ application of key business knowledge. The institution is also known to be a leader in green business: the Center for Sustainable Enterprise – the first programs to promote environmentally friendly commerce, and it continues to pilot this field nationwide. We have been getting […]

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HARVARD : SNEAK PEEK

As the oldest, most heavily endowed and generally considered the most prestigious college in the nation, Harvard is generally well-known – but not known well. That is, a number of myths and misconceptions have developed outside the realm of the Harvard community. Below are some of those myths, along with facts, which we hope will […]

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Full Time or Part Time MBA: Which is Suitable for You

What MBA program will you go for, full-time or part time MBA? This question more often confronts people planning to go into b school. For the uninitiated, a full time MBA can either be a two-year or a one-year program of concentrated and focused study, while a part-time MBA is something you can spread over […]

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Spotlight On Jacksonville, Florida

113th 1M/1M Strategy Roundtable For Entrepreneurs: Spotlight on Jacksonville, Florida Today’s roundtable was co-hosted with the Jacksonville Startup Weekend. For the uninitiated, Startup Weekends are 54-hour events where entrepreneurs come together to pitch ideas, form teams, and learn best practices. This past weekend, the Jacksonville entrepreneurship community hosted their own version of this exciting program. 150 […]

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Pursuing an MBA – The working professional Perspective

MBA is a career option which is highlighted a lot and is a dream career for a lot of students and working people. Different people have different views regarding an MBA degree but what allures most people towards pursuing an MBA can be described in three scenarios: Scenario 1 – The fat pay checks that […]

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