Nobody knows business schools better than The Princeton Review. EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO MAKE A CRUCIAL DECISION The Complete Book of Business Schools gives you the inside scoop on 378 business programs, all of which are accredited by AACSBaThe Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Each profile answers your most pressing questions: -Can I afford it? -What kind of job and salary will my degree get me? -How do I apply? -What are the admissions requirements? Insight into putting together a winning application -Advice on how to shine at your interview -Information on how admissions criteria are weighted (GPA, GMAT*, recommendations, etc.) -Fifteen application blunders that can hurt your chances ADVICE FROM THE PROS -How the current economic climate affects b-school admission and curriculum -What to expect from a b-school education aWhatas wonderful about the MBA is that it provides fundamental skills that you can use whenever and wherever you need them. . . . It offers an ability to enter the business world and link passion with functionality.a aRose Martinelli, director of admissions and financial aid of the Wharton School MBA ProgramBaylor Business looks for similar qualities. Students are required to have a bachelora#39;s degree from an accredited institution in the United States, or proof of equivalent training at a foreign university. Personal Essays and Resume The personalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Complete Book of Business Schools, 2004 Edition|
|Author||:||Nedda Gilbert, Princeton Review|
|Publisher||:||Princeton Review - 2003|