Category: admissions

Companies Offering Tuition Reimbursement for Your MBA

If financing your part-time MBA is a concern, consider this unique benefit: as a working professional, you’ll have a steady income and the possibility of receiving tuition reimbursement from your employer. According to lists compiled by Business Insider, CNBC, and the Balance,  there are a host of companies that help employees finance their MBA in the form of generous tuition reimbursement plans. With

Making the Big Decision

Congratulations! All your hard work paid off. You’ve been admitted to multiple MBA programs. But now that you find yourself in this enviable position, the real hard work begins. Now you have to choose which MBA program is for you. Receiving an offer of admission to any MBA program is a significant achievement. It means

How You’ll Leverage Work Experience in Your MBA program

Whether you were recently accepted to the Boston College full-time or part-time MBA Program, or are just beginning your b-school search, you’ll soon find that your work history is more than just an application requirement. As a BC MBA student, you’ll leverage your work experience to maximize your MBA curriculum in the following ways. Your work history will… Influence your discussions. Both full-time

Why It’s Good to Take the GMAT as an Undergrad (but OK if You Didn’t)

For anyone interested in expanding their career opportunities, increasing marketability, and building an extended network, taking the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is an obvious next step. But for female undergraduate students especially, it’s a timely decision that can positively alter the course of a career and accelerate the track for success. Take it from the team that administers

Three Factors to Consider Once You’ve Been Accepted to an MBA Program

After receiving several business school acceptances, you may have found that the question of where to earn your graduate management degree hasn’t been immediately obvious. If you’re on the fence about your final b-school decision, these three considerations can help. 1. Location. In addition to the campus, environment, and b-school facilities, your focus should be on the professional