Are you in the process of applying to business schools? It’s crunch time for students hoping to get in for later round admissions. If you’re still deciding where to apply, this week’s MBA news roundup features several articles that could help you out with the process.
If you considered yourself too non-traditional or humanities-oriented for business school, Poets and Quants highlights a potentially good fit: Johns Hopkins’ new Carey Business School. Read more in this article to find out the goals of the school and what’s in store for future Carey grads.
Businessweek shows you what not to do during the b-school admissions process.
This post from the International Business Times reminds applicants that if they have any questions about the admissions process, school representatives are there to help. And if they’re not very helpful, that should be a red flag for future aid from the school if you eventually become a student.
With its close-knit students and unique culture, University of Washington’s Foster School of Business may be a good fit for what you want in an MBA. Learn more in this Businessweek interview with an admissions director.
The Financial Times reminds MBA applicants of crucial questions they should be able to answer before choosing schools.
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