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How Much Does GPA Matter When Applying To A Top MBA Program?

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How Much Does GPA Matter When Applying To A Top MBA Program?

It’s time for another Applicant Question of the Week at BusinessBecause! Every week, we give you the opportunity to ask one of our chosen admissions experts anything you want to know about getting into business school. This week, our question comes from an anonymous applicant, concerned about the competitive nature of business school applications and hoping to…

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CAT 2019: What is the cost of studying MBA in IIM? Here’s a quick look at the fee structure of IIMs PG program

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CAT 2019: What is the cost of studying MBA in IIM? Here’s a quick look at the fee structure of IIMs PG program

CAT 2019 online applications are currently open for the 2020-22 MBA programs in various IIMs. Here is a quick look at the fee structure for the various IIMs. There are a total of 20 IIMs in the country. CAT 2019: Cost of studying MBA in various IIMs  |  Photo Credit: Thinkstock CAT 2019 online application process…

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How I Swapped Engineering At IBM For An MBA And A New Career In Business

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How I Swapped Engineering At IBM For An MBA And A New Career In Business

Anand currently works as a senior business analyst in Austria It’s 2015, and after graduating from a bachelor’s in engineering, Anand Yogi got a job working as a system engineer for IBM in India. He solved problems, managed a small team, and handled numerous client relationships. But his days became tedious, and he longed for…

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This Blockchain Entrepreneur Is Using Her MBA To Launch A New Business Venture

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This Blockchain Entrepreneur Is Using Her MBA To Launch A New Business Venture

It was a chance opportunity to attend a hackathon while working as an IT consultant that first sparked Rebecca Wald’s interest in entrepreneurship. “I couldn’t really code—I did it at university but I was pretty useless—but I organized the development of the team and we actually won every single prize,” she recalls. “The event changed…

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Why Corporate Social Responsibility Should Be A Priority For MBA Students

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Why Corporate Social Responsibility Should Be A Priority For MBA Students

Business leaders and governments are increasingly identifying environmental issues and social changes as the biggest risks to global business. Chris Saunders (pictured), Executive MBA director and senior teaching fellow at Lancaster University Management School, says that this makes Corporate Social Responsibility a priority for businesses, business schools, and MBA students. “Good CSR can mean increased profits” For one…

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5 Ways An MBA Will Make You A Better Leader

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5 Ways An MBA Will Make You A Better Leader

Want to become a better leader? An MBA degree is all about preparing yourself for leadership roles in the near future. As an MBA student, you get the chance to explore a variety of career options while at business school. You can take up different internships and build your network in line with your professional…

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How An MBA Can Open Doors To A Career In Finance

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How An MBA Can Open Doors To A Career In Finance

Silvio graduated MIP’s FTMBA in 2008 and is now a director at Mastercard in New York. 84% of MBA alumni say the skills they developed during their degree helped them advance in their career. Over 60% say they couldn’t have obtained their current job without their MBA. Silvio Piserchia is one such alum. He graduated from the full-time…

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MBAs Get A Taste Of Luxury Food And Wine Management

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MBAs Get A Taste Of Luxury Food And Wine Management

There’s a popular saying in the food industry: “You eat with your eyes first.” Increasingly, we want to know where our food comes from. We want to know how are food is being produced, whether it is sourced organically and ethically. We want to see our food being presented in new and creative ways—particularly with…

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Addiction to social media isn’t a disease

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Addiction to social media isn’t a disease

 ‘There is growing evidence of increasing mental ill-health in society, and among young people in particular,’ writes Simon Gibbs. Photograph: Peter Cripps//Alamy Stock Photo By suggesting that social media “addiction” might be treated as a disease (Report, 18 March), MPs risk doing society a grave disservice. Conceptualising this disorder as a disease suggests the origin…

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In a first, IIM-A students get MBA degree

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In a first, IIM-A students get MBA degree

AHMEDABAD: The 54th convocation of Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A) on Saturday was historic for the institute and students. After over half a century, the students were awarded a degree of Master of Business Administration (MBA) instead of Post-Graduate Programme (PGP) in Management diploma. Country’s premier management institution awarded its first masters degree after…

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MBA Admission 2019: Does your MBA make you a good entrepreneur?

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MBA Admission 2019: Does your MBA make you a good entrepreneur?

Master of Business Administration (MBA), will help you to boost your career and to fetch a good job, so doing an MBA is often required, if you want your career to move forward. But not just an MBA, going to the right business school and going on an exchange program, will open your doors to…

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Amazon To Lead A $700 Million Investment In Aspiring Tesla Rival Rivian

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Amazon To Lead A $700 Million Investment In Aspiring Tesla Rival Rivian

View Photos Amazon will lead a $700 million investment in U.S. electric pickup truck startup Rivian Automotive Amazon.com Inc said on Friday it would lead a $700 million investment in U.S. electric pickup truck startup Rivian Automotive LLC, in the e-commerce giant’s biggest bet on technologies with potential to reshape the automotive sector. The deal…

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Huawei’s Richard Yu Says He Isn’t a Fan of Samsung’s Galaxy Fold, Reveals He Killed a Similar Design

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Huawei’s Richard Yu Says He Isn’t a Fan of Samsung’s Galaxy Fold, Reveals He Killed a Similar Design

As the smartphone manufacturers make their foldable phones public, whether it is a market-ready device or a prototype, the feedback is coming from all around, including rivals. In one such feedback, Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group, dubbed Samsung’s Galaxy Fold design as “not good” and revealed that Huawei itself had a similar…

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