New admission test for EMBA programs - Executive Assessment

New admission test for EMBA programs – Executive Assessment

By |March 20th, 2016|EMBA, GMAC|

GMAC is introducing a new admission test - Executive Assessment – which will replace the GMAT in the admission process to EMBA programs. The Executive Assessment was specifically designed for busy, mid-to-late career professionals. It helps schools understand: Your business school readiness Your reasoning skills What areas you need to strengthen before - or [...]

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Should You Apply to Top MBA Programs When You Are Over 30?

By |December 9th, 2015|EMBA, mba, Part-time, top ten, US programs|

Many people believe that once they hit 30, an MBA is an unrealistic or impractical goal. While some top b-schools may be a bit more selective when it comes to age, or have definite age bias and try to encourage 30+ candidates to pursue a part-time or executive option, this concern tends to be blown [...]

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MBA and EMBA – Which is Right For Me?

By |August 2nd, 2015|EMBA, mba|

There are numerous options for business programs all over the world. It can be hard to determine which is best for you. There are several things to consider, including your age, current experience, your schedule and your GMAT score. Have you held a managerial position for several years? If so, a fast-track EMBA might suit [...]

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Top Business Schools Merge Admissions for Different Programs

By |November 27th, 2011|EMBA, Part-time|

The Financial Times reports that a number of top business schools, including Duke, Columbia, Kellogg, and IE are combining the admissions processes for their different MBA programs, meaning that if a candidate is rejected from the Full-Time MBA, the schools can then offer a spot in the Part-Time or Executive MBA programs.The combined admissions process [...]

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EMBA Programs and the GMAT

By |May 9th, 2011|EMBA, GMAT, GRE|

A recent Financial Times article reports that NYU Stern will cancel its requirement for EMBA candidates to take the GMAT or GRE.Like other schools such as Chicago and Kellogg that do not require these exams as a condition for their EMBA application, Stern has also decided that applicants, managers in their 30’s or 40’s will [...]

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