Funny thing happened to me on the way to my career on Wall St. I graduated during a time when the economy was booming, the stock market was racing to the moon and interest rates were low. The year was 2006 and I had heard tons of stories of how people got rich in tech bubble of 2001 and by flipping houses in the real estate market. I was a young undergraduate with several years of work experience looking for my chance to make my millions. Heck, I would've been good with a few hundred thousand.
You've prepared what you will say, written out questions and gotten to the interview on time. Now comes the stressful part, the actual MBA interview. Here are some things you should avoid doing if you want to make a good impression on your interviewer.
If you are seeking an MBA that will expose you to international opportunities, there are a vast array of ways to do so. The following are just some of the ways that an MBA can provide global experiences.
As the number of MBA program options continue to increase, the process of choosing a business school has become more overwhelming. Where should you start? Here are some tips on how to choose a business school.
If you ask me “Should I do an MBA?”, I will reply with a question “Are you ready to stretch yourself?”.
You've probably read a lot of articles on MBA websites (such as this one), which discuss how MBA admissions officers are looking to create diverse classes. But, what do they mean by diversity? And, how does diversity benefit MBA students?
Are you an MBA applicant who will be in the NYC area on September 15? If so, you should come to our awesome MBA event to kick-off Top MBA Connect NYC. This free event will take place at the Warwick Hotel on Saturday, September 15 from 9 am to 1 pm.
A renewable energy MBA can help put you in a position where you can find solutions to energy problems such as rising gas prices and reliance on foreign oil. The push to find green energy sources has resulted in an increased number of renewable energy jobs. In fact, Obama’s New Energy Plan for America promises to create five million new energy jobs.
Since the first online MBA was offered in 1987, a variety of organizations have tried to offer online MBA programs. Read on for more facts and statistics about the growing popularity of online MBA programs.
As the number of online MBA programs increases, more people are looking to their online MBA from top business schools. Since North Carolina is already home to two AACSB-accredited online MBA programs, more people are wondering if there will ever be a Duke online MBA program.