Now-a-days if you’re trying to be accepted into a graduate business school, a great GMAT score and professors singing your praises are helpful. However, what can you do beyond these things to get you noticed and have you stand out from the crowd? Here are some tips that could help.
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If it’s true that when you learn something new that something old fades away, then maybe America’s Next Top Model creator Tyra Banks should be a little concerned now that she’s attending Harvard Business School. From the looks of that picture, getting an education at the world’s most elite business school means that she’s forgotten how to smile like a regular person and is instead smiling like she belongs in an aquarium.
It’s the holiday season and you’re probably experiencing that sluggish, lethargic feeling that comes along with it. Sometimes it’s slight; you are a bit more upset when someone asks you to do something that involves basic movement. Sometimes it’s stronger; you’re sense of hygiene fails and you procrastinate showering for 4 days because “if I’m not sweating, what’s the point?”
In today’s uncertain economy, salesmen are posed with the additional challenge of convincing consumers to spend what little discretionary income they have. As a result, these professionals may want to consider enrolling in classroom-based or online courses that could teach them new ways to approach the difficult market.
Individuals working towards business degrees sometimes aspire to open their own companies, rise up to top-level management positions or eventually lead a team in a prestigious organization. However, others choose to use their MBA skills to give back and teach less fortunate individuals how they can build a life for themselves.
Nursing degrees and teaching degrees may have been the most popular field of study for women years ago, but times have changed. Forbes.com reports that many college women today are majoring in business.
Many of the skills recent graduates of degree in business programs have learned are among some of the most important things employers are looking for in prospective employees, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).