Is College Worth The Cost? A Definitive Guide to Cost-Benefit Analysis

By - Oct 21, 00:25 AM   Comments [0]

In the last few decades, earning an undergraduate degree has increasingly become the “normal” and “expected” thing to do. As the percentage of high school graduates who choose to enroll in college has risen significantly, increasing , more and more career tracks require a college-level...

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Pursuing an MBA Degree in Your 30s: Is It Worth it?

By - Oct 13, 09:31 AM   Comments [0]

It’s a difficult question: for most people, a true “career” only starts around 30, after several years of education and learning the ropes in low-level positions. However, given the competitive nature and rates of top MBAs, and the limited amount of spots available for applicants,...

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Covid-19 at U.S Colleges (Update): Quarantine Dorms & Suspensions

By - Oct 9, 08:46 AM   Comments [0]

CHAPEL HILL, NC – AUGUST 10: Students had their first day of classes, despite the Coronavirus pandemic, at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, NC, on Monday, August 10, 2020. (Ted Richardson/For The Washington Post via Getty Images) For those in...

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B-School Applications Were Up in 2020! Why, and What It Means for You

By - Sep 28, 09:08 AM   Comments [0]

Business school applications are up. Way up. Skyrocketing even! Though there are many reasons why (and we’ll get to all of them soon enough), the giant, 200-ton dinosaur in the room is obvious: the global economic recession sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s a question...

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Top 10 eLearning Statistics You Need To Know For 2020

By - Sep 28, 00:49 AM   Comments [0]

As we all know by now, E-Learning is experiencing its moment in the sun. Even before the Covid-19 crisis began gripping the globe, online learning experiences had been evolving and growing rapidly, but the pandemic has massively accelerated the trend. Lectures and classes are no...

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College Planning Guide for Students with Physical Disabilities

By - Sep 24, 09:48 AM   Comments [0]

College students with physical disabilities or mobility issues have a unique set of challenges to confront that most students will never encounter, or even consider. With the college selection and application process already daunting, it is easy to become overwhelmed by the amount of research...

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Standardized Testing: The Future of the SAT and ACT

By - Sep 23, 10:28 AM   Comments [0]

While we are all mourning the loss of our favorite in-person events during the prolonged COVID-19 crisis (summer music festivals, beach days, etc.), there’s one in-person event that very few are sad to see go: standardized testing. As COVID-19 spread around the globe in early...

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20 Common College Interview Questions to Get Ready For

By - Sep 11, 09:53 AM   Comments [0]

That’s the good news. The slightly less good news is that interviews can also be nerve wracking and answering interview questions on the fly can be tough. After all, you only get one opportunity to make a first impression, so you’ll want to get it...

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Best MBA Programs in the U.S.: Top 10 Rank

By - Aug 14, 05:36 AM   Comments [0]

Each year in the late spring and early summer, ambitious MBA applicants ask themselves what the best business schools in the U.S. are—and boy are there a lot of news organizations trying to give an answer! However, despite all the noise, many applicants ultimately turn...

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Are Elite Business Programs Really Teaching Business Ethics?

By - Jun 30, 23:52 PM   Comments [0]

In October 2011, three years into the wake of the 2008 US financial crisis, federal agents in Manhattan arrested Rajat Gupta on charges of insider trading. Gupta had been a towering figure in the U.S. management consulting and investment banking industries. Most famously, Gupta was...

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