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Duke MBA Open House Comes to Delhi

If you’ve been dreaming of doing an MBA from the Fuqua School of Business, you now have the opportunity to experience firsthand what the culture, curriculum, and community at Duke University would be like. How? By attending the New Delhi Open House being organized at the Le Meridien Hotel on Sunday, April 14, 2013, between More >

 08 April , 2013 in Breaking News
‘Find yourself’ in your MBA goals essay

Hello students. Last week we touched upon the subject of online profile helping to get college admission. Today we plan to offer you tips on writing your MBA goals essay which is a very important chapter in a MBA student’s life. It either makes or breaks the student’s ‘application’ life. MBA admissions committee folks are More >

 20 October , 2011 in College goers Thursday
Applying to Wharton? Keep yourself updated with changes in their MBA curriculum

Starting from fall 2012, MBA students at the coveted Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania would experience a change in the course curriculum. The changes to the Wharton’s MBA program would give flexibility & customization options to students enrolling at the school. The overhaul would also help the school in developing a stronger relationship More >

 13 September , 2011 in Top School Tuesday
Thinking about an MBA? Here’s how to manage the funds for it

Hello everyone! We’re excited to start a fresh week of blog-posts with our series MBA Mondays. Preparing for your MBA dream comes with its own set of challenges which could be resigning from your high-paying secure job, moving out of your country to experience a new culture and leaving your friends & family miles behind. More >

 05 September , 2011 in MBA Mondays
It’s time for advice to younger applicants in B-Schools: Wednesday words of wisdom

Welcome everyone to our Wednesday words of wisdom.  While the average age and years of work experience at the leading business schools have traditionally hovered at around 28 and five respectively, many programs are now carefully considering the more youthful end younger applicants. Top schools like Harvard, Stanford and Wharton have been getting the word More >

 31 August , 2011 in Wednesday words of wisdom