Advice for First Years From The Class of 2013


One Liners:


MIT Sloan Intern Calls Out Venture Capital Firm


Source: Bloomberg Businessweek

10 MBA Specializations That Give You an Edge

Source: Tech Cocktail

How an MBA Can Land a Job at a Startup


Source: Kaplan Test Prep

MBA Students Get Intense About Giving Inspirational Advice

Source: Bloomberg Businessweek

Save Money on MBA Conferences


Source: U.S. News and World Report

The Business School That Eats Its Deans

Source: Bloomberg Businessweek

5 Reasons Why Women Should Get MBAs


Source: Forbes

Oxford Zeroes In On African Candidates

Source: Bloomberg Businessweek

New Emory Dean Focuses on Visibility and Partnerships

Source: Emory University

How To Put Artistry Back Into Business School

Source: Inc.

GMAT’s Critical Reasoning


Source: Beat the GMAT

5 Reasons to Get an MBA


Source: College Recruiter

3 Application Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Chances


Source: Admissionado

Recruiters Put Premium on Communication Skills

Source: The Globe and Mail

The 10 Schools with the Highest Enrollment of Female Students


Source: The Economist

Texas Christian Gets $30 Million Dollar Gift for Business School Expansion


Source: Star-Telegram

New Stanford MBAs Take an Unauthorized Trip to a Secluded Colombian Island


Source: Bloomberg Businessweek

3 Insider Tips on Applying to Stanford GSB


Source: Beat the GMAT

Vivek Wadhwa’s Address to Hult Students

Source: Vivek Wadhwa

Professors Getting Schooled on How to Pronounce Chinese Students’ Names


Source: Wall Street Journal

MBA Humor


Q. What’s an auditor?  A. Someone who arrives after the battle and bayonets all the wounded.

8. The Optimist; the Pessimist and the Accountant

To the optimist, the glass is half full.

To the pessimist, the glass is half empty.

To the accountant, the glass is twice as big as it needs to be.

Source: CFO Knowledge

Tweets of the Week:


Aneezy TBN ‏@Sir_Goje

“The key to success they will not teach u this in business school…is taking shit” hahaha #HorribleBosses

André Silva ‏@andreffs18

“Fifteen years ago companies competed on price. Today it’s quality. Tomorrow it’s design” – Robert Hayes, Harvard Business School

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