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Last Updated Sep 23, 2018 by

Admissions Tip: Visiting the B-School Campus

As we approach the middle of September, many leading MBA programs are ramping up their visit programs, in order to encourage candidates to gain first-hand experience of their offerings. We wanted to share with you our five tips for your campus visit, in order to help you make the most... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 17, 2018 by

Planning a Visit to Duke Fuqua: What Should You Do?

Sponsored Content While Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business doesn’t require a campus visit for prospective candidates, it’s highly recommended. A campus visit can give you an idea of what life will be like as a student and allow you to pick up on the intangible aspects of the school... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 17, 2018 by

How to Have a Successful Campus Visit According to Michigan Ross

Sponsored Content Online, it’s easy for MBA programs to blend together. During your research phase, they probably all look alike in terms of coursework, experiential experiences, clubs, and recruiting. So, how do you figure out which MBA program is the right one for you. That’s when it’s vital to schedule... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 17, 2018 by

The Keys to Making Your Cornell Johnson Campus Visit a Success

Sponsored Content Once you start applying for MBA programs, it’s hard to capture exactly what makes a particular school a good fit for you. That’s why there’s no substitute for a campus visit. It gives you specific knowledge and first-hand experience on the campus. This information can then be used... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 17, 2018 by

How to Make the Most Out of Your Yale SOM MBA Campus Visit

Sponsored Content During the MBA application season, there are countless things to consider. Not only do you have to research the right MBA programs for you and formulate a list of target schools, you have to start crafting your resume, essays, recommendation letters, and more. And a key part of... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 17, 2018 by

Tips for a Successful NYU Stern Campus Visit

Sponsored Content You wouldn’t buy a house without first seeing it in person. So, why should you choose to attend the NYU Stern School of Business without first visiting campus? During a visit, you’ll be able to see the general routine of students, get an idea for class dynamics, and... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 17, 2018 by

Visiting the UVA Darden Campus as an MBA Applicant

Sponsored Content Visiting the UVA Darden School of Business campus is a great way to get to know the business school and gain valuable insight into the MBA program. It can also be advantageous to the application process, but only if you go about your visit in the right way.... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 17, 2018 by

How Can You Make the Most of an Upcoming Campus Visit?

Sponsored Content While visiting campus isn’t required by most business schools, it’s still an excellent idea. An MBA campus visit will not only give you a better idea of what life would be like as a student of that school, but it also can provide you with valuable application material... Read more »

Last Updated Jul 17, 2018 by

Summer Reading: 10 Not-to-Miss Biographies of Great Business Leaders

For successful admits in the most recent MBA admissions cycle, the date to arrive on campus at business school is fast approaching. If you’re looking for ways to spend your remaining summer leisure time, check out this list of not-to-miss business tycoon biographies. From tech titans like Elon Musk and... Read more »

Last Updated Jul 16, 2018 by

Admissions Tip: Visiting the B-School Campus

As many applicants are finding out at this time of year, conducting thorough research on MBA programs is an essential step in formulating a list of target schools and crafting convincing essays. Surfing the web and speaking with friends and mentors are great starting points in identifying programs of interest.... Read more »