European MBA programs attract a highly diverse student body and as a result can offer an advantage to their students in a world that has become increasingly global.
Meeting Admissions Directors face-to-face can be intimidating, but if you prepare ahead and follow these tips it will easily become second nature.
Pursuing your MBA outside of your home country adds extreme value to your candidacy when searching for a job after graduation. Here are 4 key benefits that will help you stand out among the applicant pool.
Want to stand out? International experience and a global mindset will help distinguish you in the ever crowded workforce. Learn how a European MBA allows you to obtain an international education and a get a leg up in the global workplace.
Born in California, but raised in Colombia, Ann Marie Steffa decided to return to the US to pursue her MBA after 5 years in the nonprofit sector. She spoke with The MBA Tour about her Unconventional MBA experience. Read part one of our conversation with Ann Marie!
From Kolkata to Kingston: MBA alumnus, Souvik, reflects on his decision to move from India to Canda to pursue his MBA and the benefits of a hands-on curriculum.
If you come from an unconventional background, you may be wondering how to best convey your experiences and knowledge in a way that demonstrates your potential to an MBA Admissions Committee. Mary Pat Jacobs, Director of Apply Point Admissions Consulting, shares her tips for successfully telling your unique story.
Courtney Cannon-Booth, a current MBA student (Class of 2016) at Boston College's Carroll School of Management and a Senior Community Investment Specialist at Comcast, shares her top 5 tips for prospective MBA students.
Have you considered pursuing your MBA in Europe? With improving currency exchange rates, flexible program options, and access to the global business world, doing your MBA in Europe is a smart business decision!
In the first post of our newest blog series, The Unconventional MBA, Dilani Rabindran shares how her MBA allowed her to transition from undergrad scientist to entertainment executive.
From unique undergrad majors and work experience, to creative career paths and industries, in our new blog series we're exploring the world of the "unconventional" MBA.
Summer is around the corner! While thoughts of beach vacations may come to mind, current MBA students are focusing on one thing: securing an internship.
Applying for your MBA, like running an marathon , is not for the weak. It takes extreme hard work and determination. Here's how to tackle the challenge.
Liz describes her experience at Scheller College of Business and how it has benefitted her personally and professionally.
Congratulations, you've submitted your application! Now what? If you find yourself checking your email or mailbox multiple times a day looking for that decision letter, it's time to start taking action.
Every applicant will have an aspect of their application which they wish could be improved but can't be retroactively fixed. We asked Admissions Directors for advice.
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Meeting Admissions Officers can be intimidating, but if you prepare ahead and follow these tips it will easily become second nature.