Welcome to another installment of Knewton’s MBA News Round-up! This week, check out articles on the “3 million dollar MBA,” women in business school, the business secrets of rock bands, and the privatization of California’s business schools.
Want to make 3 million or more in your lifetime? Attend one of the “top 7” business schools in the world.
Check out this live chat with the Tuck School of Business’ Dawna Clarke for no-nonsense admissions advice and an in-depth look at the process this year. Question #1: What importance does your undergrad transcript have in the application?
Men with MBAs make on average 400k more than their women MBA counterparts in a 40-year career. What’s going on?
An HBS prof analyzes the strategy of famous rock bands. Beatles and U2 provide invaluable insight (from marketing to customer service tips) on how to gain competitive advantage in the corporate world.
With the slashing of the higher education budget in California, famed b-schools like Berkeley Haas are undergoing a quiet change.
According to GMAC, students who take the test when they’re 20 or 21 score on average 39 points higher than their 22-23 year-old counterparts. The downside? Scores may expire before recent graduates have enough experience to apply.