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Cornell’s Johnson School Posts 2011-2012 Essay Topics

The Johnson School at Cornell University has released the essay questions for the full-time two year MBA and Accelerated MBA programs. Applicants should note that Johnson is now accepting the GRE as well as the GMAT as part of the application process. Here are the essays for this year: 1) What career do you plan More >

 23 June , 2011 in Application Essays
The Law of Diminishing Acceptance

Last week, college applicants around the world must have received their envelopes of acceptance and would have deservedly jumped with joy. However, these applicants are way luckier than they realize, as the acceptance rates around the world in top colleges continue to show a downward curve. As the trend has been lately, Harvard, Columbia and More >

 14 April , 2011 in Breaking News
Check your prospective schools requirements before you register for the TOEFL

TOEFL, or The Test of English as a Foreign Language, is often taken by international students applying to US universities demonstrate their English-language proficiency. However, for many undergraduate programs the TOEFL may not be required or you may be able to get a waiver, so do check into whether you actually need to take this test before More >

 08 September , 2010 in Undergraduate
Cornell releases 2010-11 MBA Application Deadlines

The Johnson School at Cornell University has released its MBA Application deadlines for the 2010-2011 admissions season. They are as follows: Round 1 Deadline: October 5, 2010 Notification: December 21, 2010 Round 2 Deadline: November 9, 2010 Notification: February 15, 2011 Round 3 Deadline: January 4, 2011 Notification: March 22, 2011 Round 4 Deadline: March More >

 20 July , 2010 in Application Deadlines
Best Business Schools for Social Entrepreneurship

Before I start talking about the best Business Schools for Social Entrepreneurship, lets first discuss what Social Entrepreneurship is.  A social entrepreneur is someone who recognizes a social problem and uses entrepreneurial principals to organize, create, and manage a venture to create social change. A business entrepreuner typically measures performance in profit and return, however a social entrepreneur focuses More >

 14 June , 2010 in MBA