Self-help gurus from across the world have made millions convincing readers that they are unique. When some of these Indian readers with pumped-up egos, sit down to fill up an MBA application form, they experience what many Stephen Hawking students never will – a big black hole. How do you differentiate yourself from other MBA … Read more
If you are a qualified female MBA applicant from India (or any other country) with a competitive profile, you are more likely to get that life changing call from the Admissions Office of an elite business school saying you’ve been accepted into their top ranking MBA program.
The MIT Supply Chain Management (SCM) course, formerly known as MLOG, combines two lethal components – the strong Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) brand and one of the key disciplines that the brand is known for – Supply Chain Management (SCM). Suraj Dharmadhikari (name changed) already had an MBA in Operations from the Indian Institute … Read more
In an interview with MBA Crystal Ball, MBA admissions consultant Paul Bodine shares some tips on how to tackle MBA applications and get into the top business schools. Paul is also the author of several popular books: The Perfect Phrases series (Perfect Phrases for business school, law school and medical school acceptance), Great Applications for … Read more
We get this question frequently on discussion forums and over email. In fact, a little too frequent for our comfort. So it doesn’t hurt talking about it again here. If you are an MBA applicant with considerable experience, you now have our permission to say ‘Duh!’ and skip this post. There seems to be a … Read more
Babson’s MBA program may not be rubbing shoulders with Harvard/Stanford/Wharton in the general rankings. But it is very much at the top when it comes to specialised rankings (Top honours for Entrepreneurship). Strange!
Several people have asked us about the MCB’s history and origins. While working on my MBA application, I struggled a lot in terms getting access to the right data, the right process, the right approach. And there was very little I could do about it then as everyone in the media was hyping up the … Read more