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FT MBA Rankings by Subject

By |February 12th, 2018|MBA Rankings|

Along with the global MBA rankings published 2 weeks ago, the Financial Times also published rankings of the top 10 MBA programmes in selected categories: Top for corporate strategy Lancaster HBS Tuck Yale Rice-Jones IMD Kellogg Cass Ross Carlson Top for economics Booth IIM Calcutta Durham Cranfield NUS MIT St Gallen Yale Simon HKUST Top [...]

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Congratulations!!!

By |February 12th, 2018|Uncategorized|

ARINGO MBA candidate admitted to Booth with a full scholarship ARINGO MBA candidate admitted to Cornell Tech with a total of $60,000 in scholarships ARINGO MBA candidate admitted to IE with a €13600 scholarship ARINGO MBA candidate admitted to Ross with a $40,000 scholarship ARINGO MBA candidate admitted to Duke with a $20,000 scholarship [...]

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HBS Round 2 Interviews

By |January 23rd, 2018|Harvard MBA, interviews, Round 2|

Harvard Business School posted the following update regarding round 2 interviews on their admissions blog: "We will send two waves of interview invitations: January 25 and January 30. Here is what to expect on January 25 and 30: • Jan 25: you may receive a message inviting you to interview, or you will hear nothing. [...]

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Earning Potential: BBA vs. MBA

By |January 18th, 2018|job market, salary|

Written by Shoshana Perez,ScholarshipOwl.com A career in business can be worthwhile. From lucrative entry-level positions to chief executives, your earning potential can help pay back student debts more quickly, getting you on the road to financial success. A business degree can open the door to several career options, but pursuing a master’s degree can [...]

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WEBINAR: Get Into The Top Business Schools

By |January 2nd, 2018|application process, GMAT|

ARINGO and examPAL will hold a webinar on Monday, January 8, 6PM PST: Learn the winning strategy to get 760 on the GMAT The 2 things you must know in order to score more than 700 Learn what it takes to craft the perfect business school application How to get 'YES' from business schools REGISTER HERE

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Late Deadlines for September 2018 / January 2019

By |December 27th, 2017|deadlines|

Dear all, Wanted to share with you valuable info that many candidates are not aware of: From Mid-January, there are about 40 deadlines (some of them are are not last rounds!) for some of the world's top MBA programs (Top 25 programs, including Columbia, INSEAD, and others). Those deadlines are for September 2018 or January 2019 intakes, [...]

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BusinessWeek International MBA Rankings

By |December 24th, 2017|Businessweek, INSEAD MBA, MBA Rankings|

Following the ranking of the best MBA programs in the US published last month by Businessweek, another ranking of the best international MBA programs has been published. As always, INSEAD and London Business School dominate the ranking, and here are the top 20: 1. INSEAD 2. London Business School 3. IESE 4. Oxford (Saïd) 5. [...]

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Congratulations!!!

By |December 21st, 2017|application process|

Two ARINGO MBA candidates admitted to Harvard Three ARINGO MBA candidates admitted to Wharton Three ARINGO MBA candidates admitted to Booth Two ARINGO MBA candidates admitted to MIT Three ARINGO MBA candidates admitted to Kellogg with a total of $150,000 in scholarships Two ARINGO MBA candidates admitted to UCLA with a $40,000 scholarship each Three ARINGO MBA candidates admitted to Ross with a total of $107,300 in scholarships ARINGO MBA [...]

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BusinessWeek 2017 MBA Rankings

By |November 20th, 2017|Businessweek, Harvard MBA, MBA Rankings|

BusinessWeek published their annual rankings of the best MBA programs in the US, and for the third straight year put HBS at the top. Wharton was ranked 2nd and MIT Sloan 3rd (each climbed 4 spots since 2016), Chicago Booth 4th and Stanford 5th (dropped 3 spots since 2016). Columbia Business School climbed back into [...]

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Should You Apply in MBA Round Two? – Webinar

By |November 10th, 2017|application process, Round 2|

Beat The GMAT and ARINGO MBA Admissions Consulting are thrilled to provide this free 1-hour webinar. Join Michelle Miller, CEO of ARINGO MBA Admissions Consulting, to learn the important factors to consider in deciding whether you should apply in the second round (or third, or next year). This webinar is free and exclusive, so [...]

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The interview season has begun!

By |October 19th, 2017|interviews|

The interview season has begun at the top MBA programs. Following the initial screening of applicants, most leading business schools invite candidates to the “second stage” of the admissions process – the admission interview. Approximately 30%-50% of applicants are usually invited to interviews. However, some schools, such as Kellogg, interview all applicants prior to submitting applications, [...]

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How much does an MBA cost and what is the ROI?

By |October 2nd, 2017|mba loans, ROI|

An article published last month on TOPMBA.com deals with the cost of an MBA degree at a top program, and the debt that graduates are left with. "The average tuition fee last year for top-25 US business schools was US$118,468 – 81% higher than in 2006, according to data from The Financial Times. And [...]

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MIT Sloan Round 1 Interviews

By |October 1st, 2017|interviews, MIT Sloan MBA|

MIT Sloan published the following update regarding round 1 interviews: "Interview invites will be sent by 2 PM ET on the following dates: Thursday, October 5, 2017 Thursday, October 12, 2017 Thursday, October 19, 2017 Thursday, October 26, 2017 Thursday, November 2, 2017 (By end of day, all Round 1 applicants will receive either an [...]

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Forbes 2017 MBA Rankings

By |October 1st, 2017|MBA Rankings, Wharton MBA|

Forbes published its biennial MBA rankings and placed Wharton at #1 in the US for the first time ever. Here are the rest of the top schools according to Forbes: 2- Stanford 3- Harvard 4- Kellogg 5- Tuck 6- Columbia 7- Chicago Booth 8- MIT Sloan 9- Berkeley Haas 10- Cornell 11- Darden 12- Michigan Ross [...]

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Rising average GMAT scores for MBA applicants admitted to top business schools

By |September 27th, 2017|acceptance rates, GMAT|

The average GMAT scores at the top business schools worldwide have been extremely high for years, prompting some experts and applicants to claim that they could surely not rise further. That claim was, however, proven wrong in a recent analysis of GMAT scores done by Poets & Quants, as their conclusion was that almost [...]

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Choosing Your GMAT Prep: What You Need to Know for Your Learning Style

By |September 22nd, 2017|Uncategorized|

Whether you're just starting your GMAT prep or you're reevaluating your approach after some early practice, finding good GMAT materials can feel like looking for a needle in a haystack. There are just so many different ways to prep—with books, videos, in-person lessons, tutors—and the quality of questions can vary wildly. How are you [...]

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Change in US Visa policies – How does it affect you?

By |September 7th, 2017|visa|

According to recent reports published in the media, the Trump administration is going to substantially reduce the number of J-1 Visas granted to international students who want to study in the US. After getting some questions from concerned candidates, we wanted to clarify the following: Most international students in top MBA programs in the [...]

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MBA without an undergraduate degree

By |August 27th, 2017|Uncategorized|

A question we at ARINGO run into from time to time is whether or not it is possible to get an MBA if you don’t have an undergraduate degree. Most applicants interested in an MBA obviously have an undergraduate degree, but there are some applicants who only have a shorter degree, as those are [...]

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10 Tips & Tricks for the GRE

By |August 24th, 2017|GRE, Uncategorized|

The GRE is a notoriously tricky test. Unfortunately, it's also a test that most people applying to non-professional (e.g. MD, JD) graduate programs will have to take at some point. If you've already looked over a practice GRE exam, don't despair: it is definitely intimidating at first glance, but there's a lot you can [...]

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