The news is buzzing with lists this week. The major MBA news sources are cranking out articles outlining everything from approaching professors to international admissions tips to how to handle internships. Tuck has also launched a new school focusing on global impact studies. Here are some great links for you…
For those of you getting a verrrry early start on your b-school plans, this one’s for you. If you’re afraid of talking to your college professor, get over it. Trust us, it’s worth it. Establishing a relationship with a professor will help you out while taking the class… and long after by providing you a possible LOR source for those future MBA apps.
Coming to the U.S. for your MBA is a big step. There are so many things to get used to, and adapting to an entirely new culture takes time and work. Luckily, there plenty of things you can do early to make the transition a painless one, and get a successful start to your MBA career.
An MBA internship is about more than work experience and networking… it’s a chance to figure out if you’re on the right career path, so you can make some changes before it’s too late.
The folks at Dartmouth have opened up a new program focused on facilitating the growth of socially-conscious MBA. Focusing on business ethics and business’s social impact (something that many MBA programs are criticized for ignoring) , the school helps students with everything from specialized research and financing opportunities to executive networking with like-minded organizations.