Articles by Stacy Blackman
Don’t list chess as a hobby on your application if you’re not prepared to field questions about it.
One MBA applicant was even able to strategically explain being laid off three times in four years.
A few tips can help applicants get a picture of schools that’s larger than rankings and reputations.
Now is the time to start planning your application, so you can avoid last-minute marathon sessions.
Find out what to do and what to avoid during the admissions process.
Two recent job surveys offer optimistic findings for recent MBA graduates looking for jobs.
Be realistic and consider your passions before you start filling out applications.
Ultimately, you should choose the type of M.B.A. you pursue based on your individual needs.
From layoffs to poor grades to a criminal record, here’s how to make lemons into application lemonade.
When admissions decisions arrive, accepted M.B.A. students and rejected applicants must act swiftly.