When you start your MBA application, you have a lot to think about. First and foremost: What do you want to do after you earn your MBA? The answer to that question will guide you in choosing which MBA programs to apply to and influence timing and a host of other critical elements. However, as you choose your target MBA programs you also have to consider your qualifications and your educational and personal preferences. To start that process explore the MBA resources provided below:
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You’re closing in on that acceptance. But you’re not yet an MBA student. You still have questions, and we’ve still got you covered. Yes, you submitted your MBA applications, but you’re not finished. Check out the valuable advice on interview prep, waitlist advice, reapplication, funding your MBA and more below.
Executive MBA programs are part-time programs targeted to seasoned managers and entrepreneurs whose rise to senior manager level is imminent, who are already in senior management, or whose entrepreneurial venture is se to "scale" to a level requiring formal management expertise. The road to EMBA acceptance can be complicated and unwieldy - especially if you've been out of the academic loop for a long time. Here we offer some resources to help you on your EMBA journey.
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