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Business School Admissions: Masters Program Applicant Resource

Business school admissions

The season for business school admissions is now drawing towards a close. The last two months of the year generally represent the final home stretch for an applicant to a top ten masters program in the US and UK. This is the stage where applicants to business school are polishing off their final application and are looking for “the edge” when it comes to essays, recommendations and test scores.

When it comes to the top ten MBA programs, a large part of the applicant pool is admissible; however given the 10% admissions rate, business school admissions committees have a really hard time deciding who to let in the MBA program and who to pass. We hope that some of the following material will help you stand out as a top business school applicant and make the job of the admissions committee easier.

Admissions

Business School: The Four core components of your business school application

Business School Application- Cracking the GMAT 700 score

Business School Applications-Who should write your Business School recommendations?

Business School – Business School Application Essays – Tips for a great Businss School application essay

Business School: Applying to Business schools – timelines for a Business school application

Business School Admissions: Answers for the road to your top ten MBA application

Top Ten Business School programs: 15 months as a MBA student at Columbia Business School

Life at Business School – Recruitment

Business School recruitment: Cover letters for cold calls, interviews and resumes

Business School recruitment: Writing cover letters that work – a cold call

Business School recruitment: Writing cover letters that work for your resume– part ii

Business School Recruitment: Writing cover letters for resumes that work

Business School Recruitment: Writing cover letters for resumes that work

Teaching Ethics to business school students

Life at Business School – General reading

Business School : My MBA Finance course work at Columbia Business School

Business School first year: Professor David Biem on investment banking, business school, ethics and academia

Business school first year, first term: Drama in Real Life

Business School first year, first term: Case Hell

Business school first year, first term: Dear Mom and Dad or the MBA contract market

Business school first year, first term: The fine art of case analysis

Business school first year, first term: The mid life crisis at 28

Light reading for a break from Finance: Cryptonomicon and Prayers for an Assassin: Neal Stephenson and Robert Ferrigno

Online Corporate Finance: The story behind the resource, the free finance courses and solved cases.

We hope that the above material and advice will help you polish your final application and help you with the admissions process at the business school of your choice.

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