Aspiring MBAs, such as lawyers, officers and medical doctors, often wonder whether their background will be useful in business school class discussions. Actually, there is no reason to be nervous about it, as non-traditional experience may be just what the school needs. How is this possible? Read on and find out.
This year’s summer will bring good news for aspiring business students: a new Master of Science in Entrepreneurship program will be launched at the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business.
The new year has just begun, and there is already a lot of news concerning business schools: universities make New Year resolutions, students feel something is about to change, the problems of female MBAs are again in the center of attention, and there might be some new opportunities waiting overseas.
American universities have been pushing for more diversity for quite some time now, and much has been accomplished over the last ten years. Recent statistics show that the trend continues today, with the amount of international students having increased by 7% compared to 2015.
The top spot given to Harvard, same as last year. Nowadays, obtaining an MBA degree is usually associated with huge expenses, losses and debts.Hence, if you’ve firmly decided to undertake studying at an MBA program, you’d better know that it will pay off in future.
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