MBA Admissions Interviews: A Numbers Game?

New research suggests interview order, as well as time of day, may factor into MBA acceptance.

MBAs Without Borders: Have Degree, Will Travel

Dozens of MBAs seeking short-term international work assignments have found jobs through MBAs Without Borders, which places B-school graduates in the developing world to work on projects that range from public health to oil and gas extraction.

As MBA Applicants, Business Majors Face an Uphill Battle

The fastest-growing segment of bachelor’s degree holders applying to MBA programs is anathema to some top admissions officers: former business majors.

Top MBA Programs With Startup Resources to Spare

For some aspiring entrepreneurs, business school is like protective bubble wrap. Students get to leverage the experiences of faculty and alumni to test their ideas. Prize money doled out at business plan competitions allows for experimentation. And the support of student entrepreneurship circles may take some of the sting out of pursuing a solo endeavor. But do some schools provide more support than others when … [ Read more ]

The B-School Case Study Gets a Digital Makeover

Tablet technology is beginning to transform case studies from straightforward narratives into complex and changeable plots—a metamorphosis nearly a century in the making.

From Startup Dreams to a Cubicle Life

While entrepreneurship students get MBAs with the goal of launching a startup, many make corporate pit stops before they go into business for themselves.