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How Important Is Your GMAT Score When Applying For An MBA Scholarship?

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How Important Is Your GMAT Score When Applying For An MBA Scholarship?

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. One question each week is chosen for our expert to answer. This week, our question comes from business school applicant Isaac…

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BSP leader tries to get MBA paper leaked for girlfriend, lands in Aligarh jail; lover absconding

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BSP leader tries to get MBA paper leaked for girlfriend, lands in Aligarh jail; lover absconding

BSP leader Feroz Alam a.k.a. Raja has admitted that he wanted to get the paper leaked to help his girlfriend, who is pursuing the MBA course. BSP leader told the Uttar Pradesh Police that he had promised his lover that he could get the examination paper  |  Photo Credit: ANI Aligarh: The Uttar Pradesh Police on Monday…

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What Kind Of MBA Program Is Right For Me?

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What Kind Of MBA Program Is Right For Me?

The MBA has come a long way since its inception at Harvard in 1908. Long gone are the days where getting an MBA degree meant two years, on campus, for men only. Graduate management education has become a global phenomenon, with programs sprouting up all over the world. The decision to go to a business…

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5 MBA Specializations You Should Consider For 2019

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5 MBA Specializations You Should Consider For 2019

There’s been a explosion in specialized MBAs, aimed at a broad range of prospective students, in recent years. A specialization often appeals to candidates who have previous experience in a sector, or who are aiming for a particular career path. But, if you’re thinking of specializing, which courses offer the best fit with today’s job…

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US accreditation for MBA programme

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US accreditation for MBA programme

The MBA programme offered by PSGR Krishnammal College for Women through GRG School of Management Studies has been internationally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) of the US. The institute claims that it (GRGSMS) is the ‘only for women’ institution in South Asia to get the accreditation. The Self Study…

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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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More Netflix Than Blockbuster: How This UK MBA Is Preparing Students For The Future Of Work

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More Netflix Than Blockbuster: How This UK MBA Is Preparing Students For The Future Of Work

The future of work, says Gaia Guardascione is about being more Netflix than Blockbuster When Gaia Guardascione went to Liverpool, she’d only planned on visiting a friend. But the city hooked her, and she stayed for longer than anticipated. Once she was there, her mission was to build a network, and find fulfilment in the…

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The MBA Degree Gearing Students Up For Sports Management Jobs

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The MBA Degree Gearing Students Up For Sports Management Jobs

James Mooney says that connections on the FIMBA program are key for a career in sport James Mooney entered the Football Industries MBA (FIMBA) at the University of Liverpool Management School with a 10-year marketing background in startups and consulting, where he worked primarily in property and tech. But he also worked for a marketing agency, dealing…

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Start Early And Enjoy Yourself – The Best Strategy For MBA Admissions Success

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Start Early And Enjoy Yourself – The Best Strategy For MBA Admissions Success

The sooner you start your personal journey of introspection, the more you will enjoy the MBA admissions process, and the greater your chances of admissions success. GETTY Make sure you enjoy applying to business school. Push aside the inevitable anxiety about M7 selectivity rates, ever-higher GMAT scores, and the fierce competition among talented peers. This is your…

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Renault Files Patent For The Kwid Electric

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Renault Files Patent For The Kwid Electric

View Photos The Renault Kwid electric was showcased as the K-ZE concept at the Paris Motor Show.   Renault had showcased the Kwid Electric as the K-ZE concept last year at the Paris Motor Show and now the patent images of the production-spec model have surfaced online. The Renault Kwid Electric packs an impressive range of…

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Automakers Brace For U.S. Government Report On Import Tariffs

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Automakers Brace For U.S. Government Report On Import Tariffs

View Photos The report’s recommendations may bring the global auto industry a step closer to a trade nightmare A confidential Commerce Department report due to be sent to Donald Trump on Sunday is widely expected to clear the way for the U.S. president to threaten tariffs on imported autos and auto parts by designating the…

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Ayurveda Skincare: 5 Incredible Ayurvedic Secrets For Flawless Skin

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Ayurveda Skincare: 5 Incredible Ayurvedic Secrets For Flawless Skin

Pollution, chemical products, poor dietary choices, lifestyle habits, there are umpteen reasons why our skin is getting dull and lifeless by the day. You may think that a trip to parlour may magically fix the blemishes, but you also know that these temporary quick fixes are not helping your skin as a whole, the health…

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Kidneys Grown In Rats Could Pave Way For Human Transplant Options

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Kidneys Grown In Rats Could Pave Way For Human Transplant Options

:  Scientists said Wednesday they have successfully used mice stem cells to grow kidneys in rat embryos, using a technique that could one day help grow human kidneys for transplant. But the researchers cautioned that their success was only a first step and that “serious technical barriers and complex ethical issues” remain before the process…

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Facebook, Apple, Twitter Face EU Probes for Violating Data Protection Rules

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Facebook, Apple, Twitter Face EU Probes for Violating Data Protection Rules

Facebook is facing 10 probes for violating the European Union’s (EU) new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) over data breaches and users’ privacy across its platforms. In its first annual report after GDPR came into practice on May 25, 2018, the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) opened 15 statutory inquiries (investigations) in relation to multinational…

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