Each season we help many Indian (and a few international) applicants crack into the best universities in the world. But not everyone is able to attend those programs. This year we saw 2 such cases where the international applicants (from the UK and Africa) got into good programs, but lost the opportunity to join due to funding issues. (more…)

January 26, 2015

Education loans without collateral for international MBA: Prodigy Finance

Each season we help many Indian (and a few international) applicants crack into the best universities in the world. But not everyone is able to attend […]
September 14, 2013

How much does an MBA Cost in India, USA, Europe: A basic comparison

Some time back, we had written a post outlining the contours of what are the various costs involved while going for an MBA here –> How […]
February 18, 2013

Non cosigner students loans for international MBA

Post-recession, there has been a general perception that financial aid for international students, especially securing a non cosigner student loan (i.e an education loan that does […]
February 2, 2013

GMAT Scholarships for Indian students

‘Score high on the GMAT, scholarships will follow’ seems to be the general assumption when it comes to business schools that accept GMAT for their MBA […]
December 11, 2012

Graduate assistantship: Teaching and research assistant jobs

After a securing a place in a business school, planning and arranging your MBA finances is of top priority. Assistantship jobs are a good way to […]
December 5, 2012

MBA education loan forgiveness programs for bschool students

Education loan forgiveness programs aim at reducing or cancelling the financial burden for MBA students. Sounds too good to be true, right? For Indian MBA applicants, […]
August 7, 2012

Pagalguy.com MBA abroad & GMAT FAQ for pagal guys

Pagalguy.com published an FAQ series written by yours truly for pagal guys (or puys, as the forum readers are known). It covered many basic questions that […]
February 12, 2012

Smeal MBA Penn State Full-tuition scholarship plus stipend

When MBA education costs are spiralling out of control, a full-tuition scholarship can mean a lot to Indian candidates with pockets that aren’t as deep as […]
February 8, 2012

Ivey MBA Canada – Interview with Associate Director of Admissions Jenni Denniston

The Richard Ivey School of Business in Canada offers something special for international MBA candidates that many of top schools in the US and Europe can’t […]
January 29, 2012

Choosing a Business School: Is Harvard the best MBA program in the world?

While selecting bschools, variations of this question pop up in the minds of MBA applicants. Other queries falling in a similar category are as follows. – […]
September 11, 2011

MBA cost: How much financing would you need?

The cost of attending a top MBA program can be substantial. But with some good financial planning, you would be able to sustain yourself during your […]
May 22, 2011

Accepted.com: Linda Abraham talks about bschool selection, MBA essays, interviews

Accepted.com has been at the forefront of MBA Admissions consulting since the early 1990s. Linda Abraham, founder of Accepted.com, shares her knowledge and experience with MCB […]