This week’s MBA news roundup has articles that provide advice to applicants who are eagerly awaiting admissions decisions as well as those who are still thinking about applying in the upcoming year. Enjoy! 1. What do business schools want? If you’re trying to figure out whether b-school is right for you, check out this Washington Post article for an interesting perspective. 2. Chat transcript: Chicago Booth admissions If your heart is set on University of… Read more
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With media attention on educational technology thanks to generous grants from big-name companies and individuals, more people are assessing the advantages and disadvantages of technology in the classroom. These articles provide a glimpse into various studies and opinions on developments in ed-tech today. 1. S.T.A.M.P.E.R. not S.T.E.M. for Public Education Reform A professor from the University of San Francisco poses an alternative to the trendy S.T.E.M. acronym that w0uld emphasize other important aspects of a … Read more
Gearing up for Round 1 admissions?Â Here’s your weekly dose of MBA news to keep up to date with what’s going on with aspiring b-school students and people in the field. 1. 30 Under 30: The Top Young Entrepreneurs of 2010 Inc. Magazine highlights these rising business stars. Learn about how they got started – and where they’re headed.
Starting this week, we’re launching a series featuring recent news about MBA preparation, business school, the GMAT, and developing your business brain.Â Be sure to check out Knewton’s weekly updates to stay in the know about all things business. 1. History of the Internet Getting online GMAT prep and an online MBA was unheard of half a decade ago, but thanks to the Internet, it’s possible today.Â This infographic from OnlineMBA shows the growth of… Read more