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Harvard Announces Program Designed to Court More Female MBA Students

The gender gap throughout certain fields within the academic community is a topic more schools have begun addressing in recent years.

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GRE Increasingly Popular for International Business Students
GRE Increasingly Popular for International Business Students

The number of students taking the Graduate Record Examinations, or GRE, has been steadily increasing over the past few years.

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Survey: U.S. MBA programs a cut above those of Europe and Asia.
Survey: U.S. MBA Programs a Cut Above Those of Europe and Asia

One resource Master of Business Administration degree programs across the U.S. aren't lacking in is confidence, according to a new 2014 survey conducted by Kaplan Test Prep.

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Super Bowl XLIX Commercials
2015 Super Bowl Commercials to Reach More Than 111 Million Viewers

The Super Bowl advertisements - which will cost about $4.5 million - are expected to reach the largest audience in history, more than $111.5 million people.

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Students, Professors Ready to Grade Super Bowl Commercials

While more than 110 million viewers are expected to tune in Feb. 1 to watch the New England Patriots square off against the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX, students and professors at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management are more interested in the advertisements between the gameplay.
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Saturday, Jan 31 2015 11:00 AM

Majority of Business Schools Aren't Reducing the Number of Application Essays, Says Study

Cutting back on essay requirements for admissions purposes has become a trend for some top-tier universities, but most of the nation's colleges have no plans to make a change, according to a survey by Kaplan Test Prep.
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Tuesday, Jan 20 2015 11:00 AM

MBA Programs Adapt to Students' Needs

Many schools and students are moving away from full-time, traditional Master of Business Administration programs.
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Friday, Dec 26 2014 11:00 AM

Billionaire Alumni Can Boost Donations

The George Washington University in Washington, D.C., is one of many universities in the U.S. that can count billionaires among its alumni.
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Wednesday, Dec 03 2014 11:00 AM

More Business Schools Offering Data Analytics Degrees

Many business school programs are shifting their focus to big data studies amid a move in the business world toward jobs that combine technology with traditional business practices, The Wall Street Journal reports.
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Monday, Nov 24 2014 11:00 AM

Students Nationwide Protest Corporate Influence on Universities

Students from institutions across the country came together Nov. 3 to protest the involvement of some of the wealthiest and most controversial people currently funding many schools - the Koch brothers.
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Sunday, Nov 09 2014 01:00 PM