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Nov 3, 2015 by

Alliant Launches New Center for Innovation in Women Leadership

Alliant International University and the Alliant School of Management have launched a new Center for Innovation in Women Leadership (CiWL). Faculty at the University, alongside top female business executives and policymakers, created the new Center. It’s an initiative focused on collaboration, professional development, and entrepreneurial success for women. The goal is to promote and enhance female leadership in organizations worldwide. Continue reading…

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Meet the 2017 University of Toronto Rotman MBA Class

The 2017 MBA class at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management is composed of 351 outstanding individuals. The class enters Rotman with an average GMAT score of 663—the highest out of all Canadian full-time MBA programs—and rounds out their profile with an average GPA of 3.4, and a class made of 32% females and 53% international students. As for the breakdown of the 2017 MBA class, 29% of the students received their undergraduate degree in engineering, 26.2% in business, 12% in economics, 8.8% in humanities, 7.7% in social sciences, and 6% in life sciences. Overall, the 2017 Rotman MBA class averages 4.1 years of experience, although some students have up to 17 years in the workforce. Continue reading…

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5 Reasons to Submit an Optional Essay

5 Reasons to Submit Optional Essay

Many business schools give applicants an opportunity to submit an optional essay in which they can share something about their candidacy that doesn’t appear elsewhere in their application. While this may seem like an open invitation, the optional essay should be used judiciously. Continue reading…

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Oct 29, 2015 by

University of San Diego Introduces New Hybrid Format for Its Part-Time MBA Program

The School of Business Administration at the University of San Diego has introduced a new format for its part-time MBA program—a hybrid onsite and online coursework schedule. The Professional MBA offers the same curriculum as the full-time MBA but is designed for working professionals. The goal of the program is to provide students with practical hands-on experience as well as business best practices that can be immediately applied in a career. Continue reading…

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Ivey Business School Ranked #1 International MBA by Bloomberg BusinessWeek

Bloomberg BusinessWeek released its 2015 global rankings of best business schools. For the second year in a row, Western University’s Ivey Business School reached the top spot internationally out of 29 MBA programs reviewed. London Business School and INSEAD ranked number two and three respectively. Continue reading…

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Oct 29, 2015 by

Tips for Tackling the “Why Do You Want an MBA?” Application Essay Question

You’ve put the time in studying for the GMAT, you’ve narrowed your list of schools, you’ve identified your recommenders and asked them to write letters on your behalf. There’s no more putting it off. It’s time to tackle those essays. Second round deadlines are coming up for a lot of schools, including the Anderson School of Management at UCLA, which has a January 5, 2016 second deadline. That may seem like plenty of time, but when it comes to your essay, skimping on your work is not a good idea. Continue reading…

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