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We asked deans from Stanford, Oxford Saïd, Cambridge Judge and six other top business schools, to explain the business implications of the coronavirus pandemic
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This is not a trite to-do list, but something to focus on in this time of uncertainty.
We would like to offer students the option of attending webinars. We want to ensure we continue to support you in your learning, no matter the circumstances.
Don’t underestimate the mental toll this situation can take on you: not only are you facing the stress of a…
The GMAT is a time constrained test. You have less than two minutes on average to solve questions so there is a constant tension between time and accuracy.
It’s no secret that I am a GMAT nerd. There’s something about the cleverness of the test that is really…
Remember to pick people who know you and support you over people with fancy titles.
The best application essays are based on introspection, soul-searching, and self-awareness. One great piece of advice I found that helped…
For all non-degreed applicants, the GMAT is a compulsory assessment to be taken.
There are a few factors to weigh up when deciding between tests. These are generalisations so there may be other…
What could you do with an MBA with a social impact focus?
Only the top 0.02% of GMAT scorers—about 30 people out of 200,000—will pull it off. I spoke to two perfect-scoring GMAT takers to get their insights into the test
“The world is curious about your story—your insights, your values…What we think is putting us down might actually be an advantage.”
From full MBA scholarships to international student loans, paying for business school doesn’t have to be so difficult
Most prospective MBAs spend a year to eighteen months on the application process.
Most of the GMAT maths topics are covered in high school. Here is a list of the key differences.
“Change lives. Change organizations. Change the world.”
The University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School is leading the way in recruiting students from Africa.