Complete Book of Business Schools 2002

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Random House, Oct 1, 2001 - Business schools - 560 pages
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All the information applicants need to make a crucial decision
The Complete Book of Business Schools gives applicants the inside scoop on 246 business programs, all of which are accredited by AACSB--The International Association for Management Education. Each profile answers applicants' most pressing questions:
- Can I afford it?
- What kind of job will my degree get me?
- How do I apply?
- What are the admissions requirements?
Insight into putting together a winning application
- Sample essays critiqued by admissions officers
- Advice on how to shine at interviews
-Information on how admissions criteria are weighted (GPA, GMAT, recommendations, etc.)
- Fifteen application blunders that can hurt any applicant's chances
This guide also includes advice from admissions experts on getting into business school, and a special section on what to expect once students get there.
Features:
- Complete and up-to-date information on 246 schools, including admissions, special programs, post-MBA employment opportunities, and much more
- Essays that worked--admissions officers critique actual winning essays
- The effect of the tech revolution on business schools

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Contents

Introduction
3
Making the Decision to Go
14
The DotCom Era All Wrapped up in NewEconomy Offerings
24
Copyright

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Gilbert is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and holds a master's degree from Columbia University.

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