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Last Updated Oct 15, 2018 by

Nobel Prize in Economics Awarded to Professors at NYU Stern & Yale SOM

Faculty define a business school. Their research, teaching, mentorship, and influence have tremendous impact on the experience students have while there and often the careers they pursue once they graduate. From the curriculum they shape to the initiatives and centers they help run, faculty are vital. And it certainly never... Read more »

Last Updated Oct 9, 2018 by

MBA Interview Formats: A Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast Replay

It’s interview season for Round 1 applicants, and MBA LiveWire has already been lighting up with reports of interview invitations from Harvard Business School, Columbia Business School, CMU’s Tepper School of Business, Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management, and Yale School of Management, with many more to come. We’ll have some... Read more »

Last Updated Oct 4, 2018 by

Has the MBA Lost Its Luster? GMAC Application Trends Survey Sheds Some Light

Declining application volume at U.S. business schools made the headlines when the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) released the findings of its annual application trends survey earlier this week (10/1). “Applications Down at 70 Percent of U.S. MBA Programs—Including Harvard,” broadcast one news outlet. And it’s true. The GMAC data... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 27, 2018 by

Real Humans of the UC Berkeley Haas MBA Class of 2020

UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business is a world-class institution that prides itself on its culture. Beyond simply training them for future careers in the business world, Haas teaches its students to adhere to a set of defining principles designed to ensure that they become responsible, effective leaders who consider... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 18, 2018 by

Real Humans of the INSEAD MBA Class of 2019 J

INSEAD has a legitimate claim as the business school of the world. Founded in 1957 outside of Paris, INSEAD today serves students at its three campuses in Fontainebleau, Singapore, and Abu Dhabi, as well as through its alliances with various institutions around the globe. One of INSEAD’s major selling points... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 17, 2018 by

$90 Million Raised at Michigan Ross to Support Student Scholarships

In 2013, the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business identified student scholarships as one of its top fundraising priorities. Five years later, the Victors for Michigan capital campaign has raised more than $90 million to support initiatives that will increase the number of scholarships available to students. In the 2017-18... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 13, 2018 by

Real Humans of Duke Fuqua’s MBA Class of 2020

As the MBA Class of 2020 prepares for its first semester on campus at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business, we at Clear Admit are excited to feature profiles from incoming students as part of the second in our ongoing series called the Real Humans of the MBA Class of 2020.... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 7, 2018 by

Fridays from the Frontline: Leslie Clift Hruby, Trailblazer Who Brought More Women to MIT Sloan

Fridays from the Frontline Sloan Women in Management (SWIM), an organization at MIT Sloan School of Management that “works to increase opportunities for all women through networking events, speaker series, professional development workshops, and mentorship programs,” recently honored alumna Leslie Clift Hruby, SM ’73. SWIM paid tribute to Hruby for... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 6, 2018 by

Podcast Episode 20: Should You Apply in Round 1 or Round 2?

In the MBA admissions world, this week holds some of the first application deadlines for candidates looking to apply to business school for the 2019-20 academic year. Completed applications for early action at IESE were due in by Tuesday, Harvard Business School (HBS) Round 1 applications were due yesterday, and... Read more »

Last Updated Aug 20, 2018 by

MIT Sloan Introduces New “Blockchain and Money” Class

A decade ago, only a few people knew what blockchain was. Now, blockchain is a practical part of the financial sector with tremendous potential for transformation. That’s why this fall, MIT’s Gary Gensler, a senior lecturer and senior advisor at MIT Media Lab, will teach a new course entitled “Blockchain... Read more »

Last Updated Aug 16, 2018 by

HBS Adcom Director Shares More Application Tips in Blog Series

HBS Managing Director of Admissions and Financial Aid Chad Losee Earlier this summer, Harvard Business School (HBS) Managing Director of Admissions and Financial Aid Chad Losee let us know that he would be starting a summer blog series filled with application tips. He planned to share from his personal experience... Read more »

Last Updated Aug 2, 2018 by

Is a Non-Traditional MBA Summer Internship Right for You? Why It Was for These Recent Stanford MBA Grads

Several recent graduates from Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) decided to pursue unusual summer internships between their first and second years of business school, and we’re thrilled to continue spotlighting them here. Whether you’re gearing up to start your first year or still contemplating applying, their stories reveal the wide range... Read more »

Last Updated Aug 2, 2018 by

Inside the History-Making, Half-Female USC Marshall MBA Class of 2020

The incoming full-time MBA Class of 2020 at the USC Marshall School of Business is making headlines across the country thanks to preliminary class profile information shared late last month. Graduating exactly 100 years after the business school’s first cohort, this year’s incoming class will go down in the history books as... Read more »

Last Updated Aug 1, 2018 by

Georgetown McDonough Announces New Flex MBA Program

In response to market research and student requests, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business is adding greater flexibility to its part-time MBA program. The updates include technological innovations for the inclusion of hybrid courses, new course delivery options, and a more adjustable program duration. The idea behind the new Georgetown Flex... Read more »

Last Updated Jul 31, 2018 by

Top Business Schools Respond to Trump Administration’s Repeal of Affirmative Action Guidelines

Potential future diversity on college and graduate school campuses may be impacted by the Trump administration’s decision earlier this month to withdraw guidance that higher education institutions use affirmative action in their admissions processes. The move was announced on July 3rd when the Departments of Justice and Education retracted several... Read more »

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