Barron's Guide to Graduate Business Schools

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Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated, 1999 - Business education - 812 pages
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Updated for the coming academic year, this manual presents profiles of nearly 640 graduate business schools across the United States, plus leading business schools in Canada. Details are provided on admission requirements, academic programs, fields of specialization, tuition and fees, career placement services, and other specifics that applicants to business schools need to know. Additional features include advice on choosing the school that best fits the business student's circumstances and career goals. The book also includes useful information about taking the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) and a sample GMAT exam with explained answers.

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Contents

GETTING INTO GRADUATE BUSINESS SCHOOL
1
Why Go to Graduate Business School?
3
How to Choose a Business School
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Miller was born in Atlanta, Georgia and received his BS degree in geological engineering. He founded is first company importing earth science instruments and sold it after 12 years. Then started a petroleum exploration company successful in finding 8 new oil fields and pools, while inventing a most precise geochemical method for locating deep and shallow oil deposits. Since has taught university courses, written business videotape scripts and laboratory workbooks for geochemical courses.

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