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Last Updated Aug 29, 2016 by

Wharton Offers Veterans Application Fee Waiver

The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School will be waiving its application fee for all veterans who apply, according to a recent post on the Wharton MBA Admissions blog. “This opportunity is the result of the efforts of our dedicated and passionate MBA Veterans Club, led this year by D.J. Faldowski... Read more »

Last Updated Aug 17, 2016 by

MBA Admissions Mashup: Brexit, Veterans, and Relocating With Your Partner

And, we’re  back for the 2016-2017 admissions season! Every Wednesday, we share a round-up of the latest news from MBA admissions blogs at the top business schools. This week we’re shining a spotlight on veteran MBAs, sharing advice on remaining close to your partner during b-school, and getting some reassuring news... Read more »

Last Updated Jul 8, 2016 by

UCLA’s Anderson School Hosts Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for U.S. Veterans

This month, more than eighty post-9/11 veterans with disabilities will gather on various campuses, including at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management, to pursue entrepreneurship opportunities. From July 9th through 17th, they will channel their military experience into the business world during the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV). Other participating b-schools are... Read more »

Last Updated Jun 22, 2016 by

MBA Veterans Find Jobs Thanks to the MBA Veterans Network

Veterans and business school go hand in hand. While it might not be the most obvious connection, the truth is that military applicants tend to blow their competitors out of the water regarding experience, leadership skills and other unique qualifications. It’s no wonder that veterans at top-tier business schools comprise... Read more »

Last Updated Apr 29, 2016 by

UVA / Darden MBA Interview Report: Round 2 / Second-year Student / On-campus

The following UVA / Darden MBA interview report was submitted to Clear Admit by a Round 2 applicant who was admitted. Congratulations to them! Thank you Clear Admit for these wonderful interview reports! I completed an interview with Darden for the second round, and it was EXACTLY what I expected based on previous... Read more »

Last Updated Apr 19, 2016 by

Why MBAs Still Flock to Morgan Stanley

This post has been republished in its entirety from its original source, metromba.com. Joining an elite investment bank such as JPMorgan Chase, Morgan Stanley or Goldman Sachs is the ultimate goal for many MBA graduates. The good news is that these elite institutions are hiring more MBAs than ever, despite... Read more »

Last Updated Apr 4, 2016 by

Social Impact Nonprofit Founder to Speak at Harvard Business School Class Day

Harvard Business School (HBS) today announced that alumnus Tom Tierney, cofounder and chairman of the Bridgespan Group, a nonprofit organization that helps social sector leaders and organizations accelerate their social impact, will be the keynote speaker for the school’s annual pre-commencement Class Day. Planned and conducted by second-year MBA students,... Read more »

Last Updated Mar 30, 2016 by

MBA Admissions Mashup: R2 Admissions Decisions, R3 News, Financing the MBA, and TeamFuqua

Every Wednesday, we share a round-up of the latest news from MBA admissions blogs at the top business schools. This week’s MBA Admissions Mashup focuses on R2 and R3 admissions decisions, financing your MBA at LBS, #TeamFuqua, as well as a look at a MD/MBA candidate. Starting at noon today... Read more »

Last Updated Mar 15, 2016 by

Berkeley / Haas Interview Report: Round 1 / Second-year Student / On-Campus

The following Berkeley / Haas interview report was submitted to Clear Admit by a Round 1 applicant. Good luck to them! I applied to Haas in the 1st round. I thought the interview went really well. I could get a good sense that the school was concerned with fit…more so than other interviews... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 19, 2016 by

Darden Partners with Bunker Labs DC to Support Veteran-Led Companies

Making up between seven and nine percent of the MBA class each year, military veterans are a significant part of the University of Virginia Darden School of Business fabric. “Veterans enrich our learning community,” wrote Darden Professor and Dean Emeritus Bob Bruner in a Veteran’s Day blog post a few years back.... Read more »

Last Updated Nov 11, 2015 by

Veterans at MIT Sloan on How Their Service Prepared Them for Business School

What does a Navy fast-attack submarine officer who spent months at a time at the bottom of the ocean have to contribute to class conversation at an elite business school? Plenty, it turns out. Brian Kirk, 28, graduated from Penn State with a degree in mechanical engineering before attending Officer... Read more »

Last Updated Nov 11, 2015 by

MBA Admissions Mashup: Veterans Day Edition

Every Wednesday, we share a round-up of the latest news from admissions blogs at the top business schools. As today (in the United States) is Veterans Day, several business school blogs are paying homage to our veterans. This week’s MBA Admissions Mashup highlights those posts, in addition to a look... Read more »

Last Updated Oct 2, 2015 by

Fridays from the Frontline: MIT Sloan MBA Student, Veteran Discusses Humility and Success

It’s Friday, and once again we’re bringing you insights straight from current MBA applicants and students as part of our Fridays from the Frontline column. Our contributor this week, MIT Sloan School of Management second-year Brian Kirk (pictured above, second from left), knows his fair share about the frontline, both... Read more »

Last Updated Jul 11, 2015 by

UCLA Anderson Entrepreneurship Bootcamp Helps Kick Start Vets

This post has been reproduced in its entirety from its original source metromba.com. On Saturday, July 11th, a group of disabled veterans will use their military abilities of resilience, focus and leadership to learn the basics of business ownership at the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) at UCLA Anderson.... Read more »

Last Updated Nov 13, 2014 by

David Petraeus Speaks to Veteran MBA Students at USC Marshall School of Business

Retired four-star general and former CIA Director David Petraeus spoke to students in the Master of Business for Veterans (MBV) program at the USC Marshall School of Business late last week, sharing his views on strategic leadership at is applies to business. Fifty active-duty military members and veterans make up... Read more »

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