Take a break from your GMAT prep to read up on some of this week’s top business school news! This week’s MBA news roundup covers a variety of topics, from international b-school applicants to Integrated Reasoning sample problems to knowing when you’re ready for that MBA.
Interested in sustainability and business? The Huffington Post profiles the schools across the globe that provide the “greenest” MBA degrees.
If you’re an international student looking to earn your MBA at an American university, this year may be the best time to apply. Many schools have reported a decrease in international applications and are actively recruiting students from abroad. The Wall Street Journal has more details.
Are you considering Columbia Business School? Be sure to check out this Businessweek interview with an assistant dean of admissions to find out her application recommendations.
The new Integrated Reasoning section on the GMAT will debut in 2012. If you’re planning on taking the exam then, GMAC is giving students an opportunity to familiarize themselves with the new section before test-day.
The Globe and Mail highlights questions that everyone considering business school should be able to answer before preparing their applications.
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