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    Choosing the Right MBA College

    Getting an MBA done is probably one of the most sought after things and one of the most prevalent norms. But, how to choose the right place to get an MBA from? These are some of the tips on getting this done successfully: Placements Great many MBA imparting institutes in the market, but which one […] More

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    Top 5 Entrepreneurs with MBA Degrees

    If you’ve previously had any doubt that the MBA is not impactful enough in real-life business, you better think again. You’ve probably heard of the college dropout stories of successful entrepreneurs who are now rolling in millions. While those stories are true, that by no means suggests that an education does not add value to […] More

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    10 Essential Facts about the MBA Degree

    What first springs to mind when hearing “MBA”? The image of a smiling CEO on the front cover of Forbes magazine? A world financial centre with skyscrapers and bustling white-collar workers speaking on their iPhones? Harvard? The saying that an MBA diploma is the most expensive piece of paper? Indeed, all these are true. But […] More

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    Types of MBA Programmes

    MBA programs are numerous. With so many options, the search for the MBA that is best suited for your goals is a strenuous and demanding process. The first step is to identify the type of MBA you are looking for. Above all, you need to realize that there is no “best” or “worst” MBA. Each […] More

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    The Various Types of MBA Curricula

    In years long past, MBA curricula were very similar across different B-schools and universities, but with the number of postgraduate business degrees rising every year, schools have had to adapt their programmes to meet the evolving needs of both students and employers. These adaptations have resulted in schools expanding their range of courses and increasing […] More

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    When Should You Start with MBA Networking

    MBA networking is one of the top takeaways that MBA graduates highly praise because it brings great value to participants during and after their studies. However, it is just as important to devote time to focused networking even before you land your dream business school. Connecting to different MBA stakeholders is an insightful learning experience. […] More

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    Discover the European MBA

    European MBA education stands out for its high teaching standards, a healthy return on investment, good employment opportunities, and diverse classrooms. MBA aspirants wishing to study in Europe have the choice of established business schools offering cutting-edge education. If you have been following the news lately, you will undoubtedly be questioning statements glorifying Europe. The […] More

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    Viable MBA Formats

    Two or three decades ago the choice of how to study an MBA was limited. The original MBA programme, which is a two-year course, was the only option available on the market. However, with changing economic realities requiring faster and more flexible learning, business schools have started to innovate and provide alternative MBA formats of […] More

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    10 Unusual MBA Specialisations

    There is a whole panoply of MBA specialisations that offer a deeper understanding of the inner workings of single industries. Some of them may strike you as quite unusual. From the MBA in Thoroughbred Horseracing in Liverpool to the Music MBA in New Hampshire, the growing trend of specialised MBAs enables candidates to choose from […] More

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    European Business Schools Growing More Popular

    The number of GMAT scores sent to business schools in Europe has increased 65 percent from five years ago, according to the latest report from the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). The report, which is published annually, analyses trends in GMAT scores sent to European business schools in 2011. Despite the lack of economic growth […] More

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    Working While Studying for an MBA

    The ROI is favourable Studies show unquestionably that graduates of top tier programmes make more money. The most obvious way to measure the worth of an EMBA is salary growth. A first-of-its-kind 2010 survey of EMBA graduates dealt with those who had finished their studies an average of 9.5 years earlier. The survey showed substantial […] More

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    The MBA Career Progression

    The Graduate Management Admission Council was founded in 1953 as a non-profit NGO with a focus on business education. It has developed and owns the famous GMAT test used for assessing the numerical, reasoning and analytical abilities of candidates for different graduate degrees. Their annual graduate survey gives us a closer glimpse at the profile […] More

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