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Last Updated Mar 22, 2016 by

Best Business Schools for Social Impact, Part II

On Friday, we began our coverage of the rise of social impact among MBA students and programs with a look at efforts underway at the Yale School of Management and NYU Stern School of Business. Today, we continue our focus, looking at the countless social impact initiatives in progress at UC... Read more »

Last Updated Mar 18, 2016 by

Social Impact and the MBA: Business Schools Where the Two Are Synonymous

“Oh, God yes!” replied Stacey Rudnick when asked if interest in social impact is on the rise among the MBA students she counsels. Rudnick leads career services for the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin, but her emphatic reply is a standard refrain at any... Read more »

Last Updated Mar 15, 2016 by

Beyond Business School: A Sloan MBA Becomes the NHL’s Green Guy

At Clear Admit, we are big believers in the intrinsic value of the MBA—not only in terms of graduates’ earning power but also in terms of the myriad paths the degree helps prepare people to follow when they graduate. As part of a new series, “Beyond Business School,” we’ll connect... Read more »

Last Updated Mar 9, 2016 by

MBA Admissions Mashup: Recommendations, Careers, and Off-Campus Housing

Every Wednesday, we share a round-up of the latest news from admissions blogs at the top business schools. As Round 2 interview invitations are being finalized, we turn our focus to Round 3 admissions tips as well as what MBA admissions blogs are posting regarding preparing for housing for the... Read more »

Last Updated Mar 2, 2016 by

Career Services at Georgetown’s McDonough School: Q&A with Doreen Amorosa

Five years ago Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business convinced Doreen Amorosa to take over as associate dean and managing director of career services, despite the fact that she lived in New Jersey, not Washington, DC, and didn’t plan to move. She did commute for the first few years, returning... Read more »

Last Updated Feb 24, 2016 by

The Business of Healthcare: MBA Programs that Best Prepare Students to Tackle a Challenging Industry

Shaan Patel’s path to business school was a little different than most. With three years of medical school under his belt, the Las Vegas native traded the University of Southern California (USC) for Yale School of Management (SOM), where he’ll complete his MBA before returning to USC for his final... Read more »

Last Updated Feb 12, 2016 by

Tops for Tech: The Best Business Schools for Careers in Technology

Here’s a fact you may not have known: Several of today’s leading technology innovators share one thing in common—a Montessori education. Yep, Google’s Larry Page and Sergei Brin, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, and SimCity creator Will Wright were all educated as children using the self-directed, hands-on, collaborative... Read more »

Last Updated Feb 3, 2016 by

Consulting Career Prep at Columbia Business School

This post has been republished in its entirety from its original source, If you want to pursue a consulting career, the MBA program at Columbia Business School (CBS) is a great choice. The school offers a wealth of resources for business students who want to join the consulting industry, and many of its MBA... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 29, 2016 by

Consulting Career Prep at NYU’s Stern School of Business

This post has been republished in its entirety from its original source, If you want to earn an MBA with the end goal of pursuing a consulting career, New York University’s Stern School of Business should be on your radar. Stern had 28 percent of its 2015 graduates accept jobs in... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 26, 2016 by

Choosing a Business School for Entrepreneurship

Typing “startups are hard” into Google returns approximately 32 million results—ranging from “Startups Are Hard in 100 Different Ways” to “15 Reasons Startups Are [email protected]#$ing Hard.” Perhaps that has a little something to do with why more and more savvy entrepreneurs are choosing top business schools as their training ground.... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 14, 2016 by

Best Bets for Banking: Business Schools That Help Land Jobs at Prestige Firms

Admittedly, the percentage of MBA students clamoring for jobs in investment banking is not what it once was. Thanks, 2008 global financial crisis. Nevertheless, the allure of exciting, highly compensated work that provides an opportunity to advance at break-neck speed in terms of both responsibility and pay still makes many... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 6, 2016 by

Employment Stats Reveal Banner Year for Tuck Class of 2015 MBAs

As today’s 5 p.m. Round 2 deadline approaches, are you furiously putting the finishing touches on your application to the Tuck School of Business? The school’s most recent career statistics suggest that the effort you put into gaining admission to Tuck should more than pay off when it comes time... Read more »

Last Updated Dec 23, 2015 by

Choosing the Best Business School for Consulting

With Round 1 decisions released for dozens of leading business schools, some applicants find themselves in the enviable position of having secured multiple acceptances. As successful applicant Preston Landers put it in our Fridays from the Frontline post last week, “It’s my turn to do the rejecting.” Indeed, with the... Read more »

Last Updated Dec 7, 2015 by

High Earning Stats for Stanford MBA Grads

This post has been republished in its entirety from its original source, The 2014-2015 employment report recently published by Stanford Graduate School of Business revealed all-time highs for the school’s graduating MBA class of 2015. The Stanford MBA median salary, constant for the past four years, this year reached $130,000,... Read more »

Last Updated Nov 11, 2015 by

Wharton Grads Report Impressive Employment Statistics after Graduation

This post has been republished in its entirety from its original source, The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School recently released its annual MBA Class of 2015 Career Report–a breakdown of the industries, functions and locations graduates headed to upon graduation. An impressive 98.4 percent of students reported full-time job offers. Of those... Read more »

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