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Last Updated Jun 1, 2023 by

Is the Pay Gap Closing? Forté Foundation Study Shows Stagnation

The Forté Foundation, a nonprofit organization guiding women into business leadership through access to business education, released its most recent study on the MBA gender pay and promotion gap, barriers to women in leadership, and disparity in work-life issues. The report highlights the progress made — and candidly confronts the... Read more »

Last Updated Apr 25, 2023 by

U.S. News MBA Ranking 2024: Booth Goes Back-to-Back, Methodology Mayhem, Top Takeaways

The 2024 U.S. News Best Graduate Programs Rankings have just been unveiled and we’re taking a closer look at the full-time MBA program list. Chicago Booth once again finds itself in the top spot of the U.S. News MBA Ranking, this year standing alone (no longer tied with Wharton).  Grabbing the... Read more »

Last Updated Apr 20, 2023 by

On Shaky Ground: Delayed Starts for MBA Graduate Hires at Top Consulting Firms, McKinsey and Bain

Two of the Big Three consulting firms, McKinsey & Co. and Bain & Co., are putting off start dates for new MBA hires, and in some cases, paying dividends to make sure graduates don’t seek out other opportunities instead. Boston Consulting Group has also staggered start dates from June 2023... Read more »

Last Updated Feb 21, 2023 by

INSEAD Jobs Report: Classes of MBA ’21D & ’22J Find Success

INSEAD recently published their MBA jobs report for the classes graduating in December of 2021 and January 2022, with 94 percent reporting receiving at least one offer within three months of graduation. Ninety-nine percent of the 1,094 graduates across the two classes responded to the employment survey, with 87 percent... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 27, 2023 by

MBA Real Humans: Students – LIVE Webinar Winter 2023

The Clear Admit Real Humans: Students Series spotlights current students of the top MBA programs. Each of the student share their current MBA experiences and what they did after they were accepted to the MBA programs. Join us at 8 pm ET on Wednesday, February 22nd to learn about: 1.... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 20, 2023 by

Dartmouth Tuck to offer GMAT Waiver for Round Three Applicants Affected by Layoffs

With all of the changes in the labor market – especially in the tech sector – many business schools have made adjustments to their late round application process to provide a pathway forward for individuals affected by the rounds of layoffs. The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College is... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 19, 2023 by

Dean Matthew J. Slaughter of the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth Earns Third Term

The Tuck School of Business has announced that Dean Matthew J. Slaughter has been appointed to serve a third four-year term as the Paul Danos Dean of Tuck, running through June of 2027. This move comes as no surprise, given Slaughter’s notable accomplishments and popularity over the course of his... Read more »

Last Updated Nov 23, 2022 by

Georgetown McDonough MBA Employment Report: Class of 2022 Earns Record Salaries

The Georgetown University McDonough School of Business employment report shows a successful MBA Class of 2022 that secured record-setting average salaries for the program, reported at $138,552. Ninety-six percent of graduates received a job offer within three months of graduation and 95 percent accepted their offers, which matched last year’s record... Read more »

Last Updated Nov 18, 2022 by

MIT Sloan Employment Report: MBA Class of 2022 Secures Strong Employment Outcomes

The MBA Class of 2022 of the MIT Sloan School of Management saw upward trends in placement and salary, according to the MBA employment report.  Sloan MBAs are looking toward their futures, with 42.3 percent citing growth potential as their top reason for accepting a position. Within three months of... Read more »

Last Updated Nov 16, 2022 by

Harvard Business School Employment Report: MBA Class of 2022 Excels

The Harvard Business School employment report shows a successful MBA Class of 2022 that secured a high median base salary of $175,000. Of the 732 students who matriculated for the class, 71 percent were seeking employment post-MBA. Of those, 95 percent secured offers and 90 percent accepted offers. Twenty-nine percent... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 30, 2022 by

Admissions Exodus: Stanford & HBS Admissions Directors Latest to Leave Posts

In between the Round 1 and 2 deadlines, two major admissions directors in the MBA space have announced this week that they’re moving on: Kirsten Moss of Stanford GSB and Chad Losee of Harvard Business School. Kirsten Moss of Stanford GSB Moss, whose professional history spans leadership coaching, consulting, admissions... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 16, 2022 by

Bloomberg Businessweek Business School Rankings 2022-2023 Key Takeaways

Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2022-2023 Best B-Schools ranks the top business schools globally by region, charting assessments of programs in the U.S., Europe, Asia-Pacific region, and Canada through a rigorous analysis of data and survey responses. This year, the ranking covers 117 business schools. To qualify, programs had to be taught primarily... Read more »

Last Updated Aug 30, 2022 by

NYU Stern MBA Class of 2024 Sets New Academic Records

New York University’s Stern School of Business revealed a record-breaking MBA Class of 2024 profile. The new class earned the highest average GMAT in the school’s history: 733. They also showed their academic prowess with a new record average GPA of 3.62. Stern is also proud of the diversity of... Read more »

Last Updated Aug 29, 2022 by

Emory Goizueta Secures Over $41M in Scholarship Donations

Emory University’s Goizueta Business School announced recently they have secured more than $41 million in new scholarship donations with three more years of the fundraising campaign remaining. Goizueta considers student scholarships a fundraising priority, as a means to attract the best and brightest students. “The cost of pursuing a graduate... Read more »

Last Updated Aug 26, 2022 by

Harvard Business School Announces Full-Tuition Scholarships

Harvard Business School (HBS) seeks to remove cost as a barrier to higher education with the announcement that they will provide scholarships to cover the total cost of tuition and course fees for those with the greatest financial need. This will apply to approximately 10 percent of the HBS MBA... Read more »

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