Wondering how to maintain balance between life and an MBA program? It's possible to achieve success in both, using strategies from Professional MBA student, husband, and father Eddy Villalta.
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As you sit behind your desk at the end of the workday, you find yourself wondering, Is this job really the right fit for me? It turns out there are actually several things about your job that can prove it’s time for you to get your MBA.
It’s harder than ever before to get into business school, and the competition is getting younger.
Set foot on any graduate school of business and you'll find students from all across the world. What attracts international students to the U.S.?
In these increasingly competitive economic times, it’s easy to think that the MBA — or a master’s degree in general — is the new bachelor’s degree, and that you have to go back to school if you want to advance your career.
Is there a “right time” for you to pursue a full-time MBA? The answer for many college seniors or recent college graduates students is unquestionably “Yes, and the right time is now,” especially if they haven’t majored in business.
“I don't have enough experience to apply for my MBA. But I'm working and will have enough in a couple of years.”
How much should you study for the GMAT? It's up to you, but studies show there's a correlation between your level of preparation and how well you score.