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Fridays from the Frontline: Musings

musingWelcome back to Fridays From the Frontline, our weekly summation of happenings in the business school blogosphere. This week, MBA applicants, current students, and admissions bloggers have mused upon a variety of different topics from the business school sphere, and from life in general.

GrantMeAdmission is applying to top pre-MBA programs. Jonathan Taves muses on the meaning of “elite” and the top 7 MBA programs. TopDogMBA reflects on how much has changed since he applied to business school and got three dings last year. Scott Duncan shared some insights the CEO of his company gave him when they were discussing his post-MBA plans. Finally, we wish the best of luck to PullingthatMBATrigger, who was waitlisted at UCLA Anderson!

On the Fuqua student blogs, James Megivern talks about how Fuqua empowers students to make an impact during their time in business school. The Kellogg administration announced that they would be debuting an international growth lab, and Richard Sandrok blogged about making the most out of Kellogg’s Joint Venture experience. Allie Wallace discussed the different fellows programs available at McCombs. Finally, Dmitry Kaleganov shared his musings on Tuck’s Japan Global Insight Expedition.


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