Business Schools

Growing Movement Towards Test-optional for MBA Admissions — To Take or Not To Take?

Growing Movement Towards Test-optional for MBA Admissions — To Take or Not To Take?

Since the onset of the pandemic, a growing number of business schools in the United States have forgone standardized test requirements for their applicants. Now, the trend seems likely to stay in place long after the global virus outbreak. Kaplan and Manhattan Prep recently released a survey result of about 100 full-time MBA programs, indicating…

Business Schools Train Students’ Social Skills

Business Schools Train Students’ Social Skills

MBA programs support students to improve emotional intelligence to respond to corporates’ demand for values-driven leadership Christian Dummett, executive director of the London Business School (LBS) Career Center, says that enterprises have lately emphasized the significance of the human side of leaders in motivating employees and raising awareness of wellbeing as well as inclusive diversity….

Second Year of Application Growth Shows the Continuous Demand for MBA

Second Year of Application Growth Shows the Continuous Demand for MBA

With groups of minorities, women, and the underrepresented joining full-time MBA courses, Business schools see the growth of international students At the beginning of the Covid shutdown, business schools saw a growth of applications due to the Covid-induced financial turndown that motivated people to upgrade their résumé and career path for when the economy rebounds….