Transition Featured Articles

series of articles from Princeton Review including: What Will I Learn at B-School?, Before You Get to B-School, Avoid Procrastination, Take Better Notes, Stress Mgmt 101, 11-Step Guide to Transferring, and B-School Basics.

MBA Links & Resources Page

A straightforward listing of ~200 MBA programs broken out by country (not alphabetical though). Also has a short list of distance and online MBA programs as well as other MBA resources.

The MBA Exchange

Bills itself as the leading consultants for applicants to the world’s best MBA programs. Serves as an applicant’s advisor, advocate and ally, providing an objective, actionable assessment of their strengths and weaknesses.

MBA Journals

Business Week asked 12 B-school students — six new ones for the 1999-2000 school year, added to the six who participated last year — to write accounts of their B-school experiences.

Best B-Schools

Business Week’s all-too-famous rankings are found here, along with other useful features including forums, news, MBA journals, program database, profiles, comparison tools, facts & figures, admissions Q&A, career issues, and more.

BusinessMajors (

This site, part of the growing empire, offers a variety of resources for those interested in B-School – most useful for prospective and current students.

Techno-MBA Top Dogs

Computerworld’s third annual Top Techno-MBA Survey rankings of the best high-tech MBA programs

Too Cool For School?

After years of loathing M.B.A. programs, here’s why today’s savvy entrepreneurs are now seeking these degrees.

Rate It All – The Opinion Network

An interesting idea, this site lets people rate items and post comments (just like MBAdepot but on a much wider variety of topics); this particular link is to MBA Programs. Obviously, this is not scientific, but it is still useful for prospective students.

MBA Front Lines

Professors, faculty members, and second-year students at ten of America’s most recognized business schools contribute survival advice and lessons.

Princeton Review’s website for B-Schools; some useful features incl. wide-ranging (but hard to manage) discussion forums and unique approch to ranking the schools by criteria; also incl. a school database

Business School Research Rankings

Different approach to ranking of MBA programs, focusing on impact of research

From the publishers of the Wall Street Journal, bills itself as the Internet’s premier free site for undergraduate, graduate and MBA students who want job-search and career-guidance information.

an editing service that assists MBA applicants with application writing incl. application essays, personal statements, letters of recommendation, and resumes.

Official MBA Guide

database of vital info on MBA programs or business schools that best meet prospective students’ needs and ranks programs on various criteria.

The MBA Program Information Site

bills itself as ‘the world’s most comprehensive MBA program database’