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Last Updated Apr 13, 2018 by

Fuqua Hosts ClimateCAP Global MBA Summit to Discuss Climate Change and Business

Many businesses have begun to question how climate change will affect them in the not-too-distant future, and with good reason: By 2030, global climate change impacts are projected to reach $700 billion annually. This figure has inspired investors to constantly monitor climate risk, and plenty of  businesses have started to... Read more »

Last Updated Mar 27, 2018 by

Learn By Doing: The Manchester Business School MBA Program Method

Sponsored Content How do you choose the MBA program for you? There are many good or great business schools, and every school claims top scores in some area. Some schools rank highly on the annual Financial Times list while others claim the fame of highly sought-after research. The trick is... Read more »

Last Updated Mar 20, 2018 by

Anticipating Round 2 Decisions via Clear Admit’s LiveWire and MBA Chats

Throughout the rest of March, leading business schools will be rolling out their decisions to Round 2 MBA applicants. While many are eager for the gift of admission via phone, email or portal, waiting for a decision can push anxiety levels to full tilt for the Class of 2020 hopefuls.... Read more »

Last Updated Mar 15, 2018 by

How Are Top Business Schools Promoting Women?

How to help more women advance in business school and the larger business world is a topic that deserves attention year round, but it does receive added airplay throughout the month of March, which is Women’s History Month in the United States and includes the celebration of International Women’s Day globally. The... Read more »

Last Updated Mar 6, 2018 by

Financial Times Reveals New Ranking of Top MBAs for Women

For years, there’s been a growing push for women to enter business and business school, and some change has occurred. In 2017, four in 10 applicants to two-year, full-time MBA programs were women, up from 33 percent in 2013 according to the Graduate Management Admissions Council. Unfortunately, that increase in... Read more »

Last Updated Mar 2, 2018 by

Free Webinar: Register Now to Learn How to Fund Your MBA Abroad

Do you have questions about how you can fund your MBA abroad? Sign up for a live online info session with Prodigy Finance in partnership with Clear Admit to learn about how to finance your studies with a Prodigy Finance international student loan. How Will You Fund Your MBA Abroad? Wednesday, March 14,... Read more »

Last Updated Feb 15, 2018 by

What MBA Students Need to Know About the Smart Machine Age

The smart machine age (SMA) is here: an age of technological advancement in technology that could be as disruptive as the industrial revolution. The SMA is expected to redefine the workplace, presenting both business opportunities and challenges. According to Edward Hess, a professor of business administration and Batten executive-in-residence at... Read more »

Last Updated Feb 6, 2018 by

5 Steps Women Need to Follow to Become CEO

What does it take for a woman to become a CEO? Quite a bit, if the numbers are anything to go by. According to a recent study conducted by the Fortune Knowledge Group (FKG) and the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), only 4.2 percent of Fortune 500 firms are led... Read more »

Last Updated Feb 1, 2018 by

McDonough Entrepreneurs Win Big in Inaugural “Bark Tank” Pitch Contest

Last month, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business held its inaugural Leonsis Family Entrepreneurship Prize “Bark Tank” Pitch Competition, named in honor of the school’s mascot, the bulldog. Put together by a team of expert entrepreneurs at the Georgetown Entrepreneurship Initiative, the goal of the competition was to support students... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 30, 2018 by

Going Green: Can You Guess Which Business Schools Lead the Way?

Earlier this month, the Global Hub at Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management earned LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum certification, becoming only the second building on the Northwestern campus to earn the U.S. Green Building Council’s highest green building rating. The 415,000-square-foot Global Hub, which opened in March 2017,... Read more »

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