Are you starting your own business and looking to learn from other entrepreneurs? There are some common traits shared by most successful entrepreneurs, as outlined in the Kauffman Foundation's Anatomy of an Entrepreneur reports. Read on to find out what they are.
Sarah Ramsey is the Director of Recruitment and Admissions at UC Irvine's Paul Merage School of Business. Not only does Ramsey work at the Merage School of Business, she is also a graduate of Merage's Fully Employed MBA (FEMBA) program, and is very active on Twitter. In this interview, Ramsey discusses MBA trends such as the increased interest in non-traditional MBA fields such as technology, healthcare, and entrepreneurship.
We’re really happy this month to be almost doubling the size of our contribution team in New York, giving us more capacity to work with business schools and prospective MBA applicants and increasing our online footprint.
The following are some of the MBA scholarships and fellowships available to students from developing countries. These scholarships are region-specific and offered by independent organizations. In addition to the scholarships listed here, several universities have their own scholarships for students from developing countries -- either for students from developing countries in general or students from specific countries or regions.
According to Catalyst, women earned 36.8% of MBA degress awared in 2010-2011. Because of the low percentage of women MBAs, there are several MBA scholarships available to women. A sampling of them are listed below, starting with general scholarships programs and then US and international MBA scholarships.
While there are several MBA scholarship programs aimed at minority groups, there are only a few aimed specifically at Latinos. In addition, since Latino-specific MBA scholarships are difficult to find, you will probably have to apply to several general Latino scholarship programs as well. Here is a list of some of the best places to start: