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These guides will give you the inside scoop on how schools such as Harvard, Stanford, and Wharton sift through applicants, and help you stand out.
BUSINESS SCHOOL LIBRARY: Everything you need to know about applying to business school and financing your degree
If you're trying to decide if now's a good time to apply to business school or need advice on paying for your MBA program, we've got you covered.
HBS has been leading the conversation in business education since it started the world's first master's in business program in 1908.
QS Quacquarelli Symonds ranked the best online MBA programs that potential students can choose from. They range in pricing, location, and duration.
Education specialists QS Quacquarelli Symonds recently released a ranking of the top MBA programs for careers in technology.
Here are the top 30 business schools, based on recruiters' scores from Bloomberg Businessweek's "Best B-Schools" list.
A 31-year-old startup CFO who dropped out of Harvard Business School halfway through explains how she knew leaving was the right choice
Andrea Blankmeyer, the 31-year-old CFO for the startup Transfix, attended Harvard Business School for just one year of the two-year MBA program.
The dean of Duke Fuqua looks specifically for candidates with ‘triple threat capabilities’ that don’t come naturally to everyone
The dean of Duke University's Fuqua School of Business, Bill Boulding, said he looks for students who will be smart, sensitive, and humane leaders.
The dean of Duke Fuqua says the most successful business school alumni are able to balance 2 different missions
The dean of Duke University's Fuqua School of Business, Bill Boulding, hopes alumni will seize opportunities to make money and change the world.
The dean of London Business School, one of the world’s top MBA programs, is on high alert for a few important traits in prospective candidates
One of the best business schools in the world is London Business School. Dean Francois Ortalo-Magne said he evaluates prospective students based on their curiosity — specifically, their willingness to ask questions.