Weekly Top 5 GMAT MBA Articles
August 17, 2012
Job interviews: Top 10 tips to keep in mind
You have your MBA medal of honor and it’s time for those dreaded job interviews, the time when you are so poignantly reminded by ‘The Boss’, how insignificant you are. Just keep these ten practical steps in mind when preparing and say goodbye to those interview jitters.
[via MBA Crystal Ball ]
U Penn’s Wharton School Hosts Admissions Events to Attract Entrepreneurs
U Penn’s Wharton School is looking to attract entrepreneurs in its second round of admissions and are hosting a series of special entrepreneurship-focused admissions events. “…the attendees [are] treated to an inside look at how a group of talented young entrepreneurs have leveraged Wharton’s unique entrepreneurial resources – academic, co-curricular and network focused – in the pursuit of enhancing their entrepreneurial career path.” Senior Associate Director Megan Mitchell
The MBA Tour to Host Conferences Around the World this Fall**
** Registration for The MBA Tour’s 2012 Conferences is free. Sign up today! Participants can look forward to the MBA panel presentations, school presentations and the MBA fair.
GMAT Gurus Speak Out: Getting the Most Out Of Your Study Time**
** The problem is that most people study for 3 months or more, usually balancing studying for the GMAT with working full-time, you need a system that will allow you to review your past progress and maintain the gains that you have made. The GMAT Guru gives out tips to help you get the most out of your study time which will guarantee a decent result on your GMAT. The key is to be organized and efficient in your prep for the GMAT.
UC Berkeley-Haas Debuts EMBA Focused On Innovative Leadership **
** UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business has launched the Executive MBA. The new program—tailored for executives averaging 12 years of professional experience, stresses a convenient, business-friendly schedule, with classes meeting every three weeks on Thursdays through Saturdays over the course of 19 months. The program will include a campus-based lecture series; study trips to Washington, D.C., and the entrepreneurial San Francisco/ Silicon Valley area; as well as a week-long, required international trip to Asia that will further deepen familiarity with problem framing tools and the innovation process applied to an international challenge.