Informationen über "Business Schools"

  • How essay reductions impact applicants

    Two years ago, the Harvard Business School made a bold move by reducing the application requirements for potential MBA applicants. They moved to one essay, technically optional, and reduced the number of required letters of recommendations....

    • vom August 4, 2014
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  • The trojan horse threat to b-schools

    Karl Ulrich, vice dean of innovation at Wharton A new analysis of technology's impact on elite business schools today (July 16) asserts that MOOC courses are a “Trojan Horse” that can cause a massive disruption in an institution's...

    • vom Juli 25, 2014
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  • Wenn Manager-Schmieden selbst schlecht managen

    Private Business Schools wollen ihren Studenten zu besseren Karrierechancen verhelfen. Doch hierzulande scheitern sie oft selbst an Managementfehlern – und kämpfen mit erheblichen Finanzproblemen. Weiter auf  

    • vom Juli 21, 2014
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  • Zulassung zum MBA-Studium: GMAT-Werte werden immer höher

    An mehr als 6000 Schulen weltweit ist der Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) eines der Zulassungskriterien. Dabei steigen die Werte der Bewerber kontinuierlich. Wer da noch mithalten will, muss sich gut vorbereiten. Um die Jahrtausendwende lag der durchschnittliche...

    • vom Juli 4, 2014
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  • UK business schools reject TOEFL exams

    A handful of UK business schools are no longer accepting the internationally popular TOEFL tests as proof of English language ability for overseas students needing visas. The move comes after the BBC uncovered testing fraud earlier this...

    • vom Juni 27, 2014
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  • Schools with the highest GMAT score

    At the turn of the millennium, the average GMAT score at an MBA program ranked in The Economist’s top ten was 688. In 2013 it was 712. Last year, the highest average score was found at Stanford—729....

    • vom Juni 16, 2014
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  • Study: MOOCs not a threat to business schools

    A new study, published on shows that Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) produced by business schools do not negatively impact their degree programs. On the contrary, MOOCs are reaching at least three new student populations: those from outside the United States (especially in developing countries); highly educated US immigrants; and under-represented American minorities. 

    • vom Juni 6, 2014
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