What I Wish I Knew: Consortium MBAs Share Learned Advice on Preparing for Business School

We recently surveyed Consortium MBA students to find out what they wish they had known going into their MBA program and what they might have done differently if they had the chance. They shared invaluable advice for MBA candidates, many of whom are anxiously awaiting acceptance letters. Read more →

McCombs Makes Case All Business Is International with Immersive Global Programs for MBAs

Recognizing the clear benefits of global education, The University of Texas at Austin’s McCombs School of Business provides a range of international opportunities for MBAs, from short-term and semester-long stays to immersive industry experiences in places like Germany, Hong Kong, Cape Town and others. Read more →

How One MBA Graduate Is Solving Europe’s Basketball Woes One Statistic at a Time

As the founder and CEO of Global Sports Analytics, Brandon Smith is attempting to change the way global basketball is analyzed and enjoyed — not as a player on the court but from the sidelines. He and his team have created a platform to help solve the most pressing challenges facing European teams. Read more →

Considering an MBA? Adam Miller Is Here to Help

Through his podcast The MBA Candidate, Adam Miller explores why so many people quit their jobs to go to business school. “The goal of the show is to dispel of the myth that you have to have a 740 GMAT or a 3.8 GPA in order to get into a top-tier business school,” he says. Read more →

Tepper School of Business Works to Enhance MBAs’ Leadership Skills through Exposure to the Arts

In an effort to go beyond just analytical training, Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business is working to transform MBA students into well-rounded business leaders by helping them build competencies like empathy, self-awareness and critical thinking via exposure to the arts. Read more →

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What I Wish I Knew: Consortium MBAs Share Learned Advice on Preparing for Business School

You’ve taken the GMAT, written your essays, gotten letters of recommendation and submitted your complete MBA applications. Now it’s time to sit back and take it easy while you anxiously await decisions.  But, if you thought this was supposed to…

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