The MBA market is expanding and changing as business schools and universities seek to respond to the global economic trends and the long-term effects of e-commerce. The huge variety of programmes increases the need for information for all applicants. The Official MBA Handbook continues to address the needs of all prospective MBA students, helping to answer the question 'Why do an MBA? through to choosing a school and financing study. This year one focus will be on the specific needs of women and overseas students in the MBA market. Written in conjunction with the Association of MBA's, this essential Guide has been fully updated for 2005/2006 MBA Programmes.so than most job application forms. Here are some things the school will want to know about you: ac current job, its level of responsibility and salary; ac previous jobs ; ac subjects taken in ... Some schools ask for such information in essay form.
|Title||:||The Official MBA Handbook 2005/2006|
|Author||:||Michael Pilgrim, Claire Sharp|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2006-01|