MBA Admissions

Boost your application with important MBA admissions tips from admissions experts at top-ranked institutions.

How to engage with your dream MBA program

How to engage with your dream MBA program

Petia Whitmore is the founder of the MBA admissions consulting firm My MBA Path. In this article, she shines some light on the role school engagement plays in your MBA application strategy with input from Anthony Whitten, Senior Associate Director of Admissions at Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley, and Danielle Boland, Managing Director of The MBA Tour.

Taking the GRE® General Test for MBA admissions

Taking the GRE® General Test for MBA admissions

The GRE® General Test is the world’s most widely accepted admissions test for graduate school. We spoke to Maria Kirilova, Client Relations Specialist at ETS, who supports business schools in the EMEA region that use the GRE Test as a way to attract top talent to their programs. Maria told us about the benefits of taking the GRE General Test for MBA admissions, the differences between the GMAT® and the GRE test, and advice on how to prepare for the GRE General Test.

The joint Executive MBA that’s still leading the way

The joint Executive MBA that still leads the way

The TRIUM Global Executive MBA is a joint program run by NYU Stern, HEC Paris, and the London School of Economics. Since launching in 2001, it has consistently been ranked as one of the top EMBAs in the world. We spoke to the program director to learn about the TRIUM EMBA, including its growing popularity and return on investment.

Get to know the STEM-designated MBA programs at Cornell

Get to know the STEM-designated MBA programs at Cornell

Eddie Asbie is the Executive Director of Admissions and Scholarship at the Cornell Johnson Graduate School of Management. He told MBAGRADSCHOOLS about the various MBA programs at Cornell, the key differences between its one-year and two-year residential MBA programs, the benefits of STEM-designated MBA programs, and one of the biggest reasons why MBA applications get rejected.