2019 is coming to an end, which means it’s time to look back on its highlights! It has been an interesting and action-packed year full of both individual and open events involving numerous fascinating speakers and other business education enthusiasts. But let’s take it one step at a time.
Online teaching and learning through the last years have become very popular and looks like the popularity will only increase and gain momentum. For the education digital learning is getting a steady way of receiving instructions, access to different information, supporting better academic performance and students progress.
The last year was really tough for the business schools all over the world and in USA too, and even those being of the highest interest for the applicants faced a tangible decline in the number of students. Despite this fact, the names of the most remarkable institutions in the top 10 of the FT’s 2019 Global MBA ranking remain the same as the year before.
If you’re asking this question, you are likely already halfway to submitting your applications. This means you have considered all the pros and cons of each business school, compared them, and made a list of priority schools – congratulations, you have done already a great job! You have probably even started working on your application essays, and now find yourself wondering, “How many schools should I apply to in Round 1?”
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a standardized examination used to evaluate graduate business school applicants in the United States and other countries for business school preparedness.