You can learn what it’s like to be an MBA student at the Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) straight from students themselves thanks to a cool feature earlier this month on the school’s MBA Blog. Called, aptly, “A Week in the Life,” the feature includes nine profiles of students... Read more »
**Working on your Stanford GSB essays? Our 2015-2016 Stanford GSB Essay Topic Analysis is now available. Following up on Stanford’s announcement of its essay questions for the 2014-2015 admissions season, we wanted to offer some guidance on how GSB hopefuls might approach this task. Like many of its peer programs,... Read more »
Beginning with the 2015-2016 academic year, graduate students at Stanford University will be able to take part in a new joint Electrical Engineering MS/MBA degree program, the school announced today. Students may apply will be available to graduate students in the 2015-2016 academic year. Students may apply for admission beginning this fall.... Read more »
It’s time once again for Trivia Tuesday, our regular exploration of the special programs and opportunities that differentiate the leading business schools. This week we’re taking a peek into the Clear Admit School Guide to Stanford to share an excerpt on Stanford’s Public Management Program. “The Public Management Program (PMP) was founded... Read more »
A New York Times article this weekend examined the growing number of trips and other “lifestyle experiences” that now compete with academic ones as part of the MBA program at many leading business schools. Even those that don’t offer any form of academic credit can be viewed as valuable networking... Read more »
Following the Round 3 notification details that went out to applicants to the Class of 2016 on Wednesday, Harvard Business School (HBS) Admissions Director Dee Leopold wasted no time in looking ahead to the application season for the Class of 2017. In a post to her Admissions Director Blog yesterday,... Read more »
Stanford GSB has released their essay topics for the 2014-2015 admissions season. They are as follows: Essay A: What matters most to you, and why? (suggested word count: 650-850 words) A strong response to this question will: Focus on the “why” rather than the “what.” Reflect the self-examination process you used... Read more »
The MBA admissions deadlines for Stanford GSB have been released. The deadlines are: Round 1 Deadline: October 1, 2014 Notification on: December 10, 2014 Reply and deposit due by: TBD February 2015 Round 2 Deadline: January 7, 2015 Notification on: March 25, 2015 Reply and deposit due by: April 30,... Read more »
Submit an MBA Interview Report from Duke / Fuqua, NYU Stern, Stanford GSB, MIT Sloan, or Cornell / Johnson and Win a $10 Amazon Gift Card!
Welcome to our weekly edition of Tell Us Tuesday, where we highlight MBA interview reports that have recently been posted to our Interview Archive! Over the past weeks we’ve received interview reports from London Business School and CMU / Tepper. Thanks to all of you who submitted interview reports over the past week!... Read more »
Submit an MBA Interview Report from UPenn / Wharton, Duke / Fuqua, Stanford GSB, Berkeley / Haas, or UCLA Anderson and Win a $10 Amazon Gift Card!
Welcome to our weekly edition of Tell Us Tuesday, where we highlight MBA interview reports that have recently been posted to our Interview Archive! Thanks to all of you who submitted interview reports over the past week. If you’re interested in sharing your experience from the 2013-14 season, we’ll be awarding a $10 Amazon... Read more »
In case you missed it, the Economist earlier this week broke out the top 20 North American full-time MBA programs, as a follow-up to its global ranking. As an introduction to this North American-specific list, the Economist calls America the “spiritual home of the MBA,” noting that the first MBA... Read more »
When it comes to the satisfaction of its MBA alumni, Stanford Graduate School of Business bests all other business schools, according to Forbes most recent biennial ranking. Forbes evaluated responses from 4,600 graduates from the Class of 2008 to arrive at its top 10 list, polling them on salary and... Read more »
Submit an MBA Interview Report from Stanford GSB, NYU Stern, LBS, UCLA Anderson, or Yale SOM and Win a $10 Amazon Gift Card!
Welcome to this week’s Tell Us Tuesday, where we highlight MBA interview reports that have recently been posted to our Interview Archive. Over the past week, we have received interview reports from a variety of schools, including Northwestern / Kellogg, so thank you to those who submitted! If you’re interested in sharing your experience... Read more »
You know about the two-year, full-time MBA program at Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB). But did you know the school also offer a second masters degree focused on general management? Stanford’s MSx Program offers a Master of Science in Management degree, a one-year, full-time program geared toward experienced professionals... Read more »
Harvard Business School (HBS) today announced that it is joining some of its peer business schools in launching an online learning program. Called HBX, the online initiative is one the school hopes will successfully convey its signature case method digitally. HBX’s initial offering, called CORe (Credentials of Readiness), will provide participants... Read more »