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.
Management consulting is one of the most popular career paths for MBAs. How much does a Management Consultant make? Where are the consulting jobs? Find out in our consulting edition of MBA Friday Facts.
Most MBA interviews are invite only these days. So, if you are called in for an interview, the good news is that school is already interested in you. That doesn't mean you should sit on your laurels though, since only 40% to 60% of MBA interviewees are actually accepted (per Poets & Quants). That's why you need to study up on what MBA interview mistakes you should avoid.
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.
As more people have been creating their own businesses as part of the tech startup craze, the number of startup incubators has also increased. According to ReadWriteWeb, the US is home to over 1,000 incubators. But, what is a startup incubator? Read on for an explanation.
Looking for new scholarship opportunities? TopMBA Connect's parent company QS is continuing its scholarship program, offering $1.2 million in scholarship money for 2013 in order to further their mission of providing information and access to business schools and MBA programs. Two new scholarships have been added this year: one for MIP and one for EDHEC. Read on for more information on the scholarships QS is offering this year and how to apply.
While there are many tales of entrepreneurs who started a company in their garage (Yahoo and Apple spring to mind), it might not be the best option for you and your business. Coworking spaces free you from the distractions associated with working from home (dealing with family members, telemarketing calls), as well as the loneliness of working on your own. And if you are New Yorker who also happens to be an aspiring entrepreneur, you have several great co-working spaces to choose from.
Are you worried about how changes to federal loan programs will effect your options for financing an MBA? While graduate student Stafford loans will no longer be available, the good news is that accepted MBA candidates still have options available to them.
Every month here on Top MBA Connect, we publish an MBA application timeline to help you stay on track. Creating a timeline at the start of your MBA application journey will save you from last-minute all-nighters and needless headaches. Here's how to make (and stay on top of) your MBA application timeline.
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.