By Betsy Gruber
(Businessweek) A source for locating an exceptional graduate tuition in enterprise, for these looking an MBA. Compares the head ranked 30 colleges and the head 20 runners-up, overlaying not less than seven foreign faculties to contemplate. gains pointers on campus lifestyles, usual admission try ratings, and different insider details. Softcover. DLC: company schools--United States--evaluation.
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There is, however, no shortage of companies willing to loan money to MBA wannabes who are considered good credit risks by most banks. One option: The “MBA Loans” program run by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). The program ties together federal, need-based loans and private loans 34 H O W T O Surf the Web for ideas and financial resources. G E T I N T O O N E O F T H E B E S T B - S C H O O L S in a one-stop-shopping approach. Students who apply for help under this program are simultaneously considered for all federal loan programs as well as private loans, eliminating the need to fill out numerous applications.
G E T I N T O O N E O F T H E B E S T B - S C H O O L S since 1997—a paperless application process is on the horizon. Some schools don’t even take paper applications. Many of the top B-schools have signed on with at least one online application vendor in the last year, and on August 1, 1998, MIT’s Sloan School of Management became the first school to require its candidates to apply online. Several others followed suit. The two best online application vendors currently available are relative old-timer Embark and GradAdvantage, the product of a partnership between GMAC, ETS, and Peterson’s that hit the scene in August 1998.
Which schools do the best without going overboard or underplaying? USC (Marshall), Cornell (Johnson), Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, UCLA (Anderson), Texas A&M (Mays), Rochester (Simon), Case Western Reserve (Weatherhead), Virginia (Darden), Duke (Fuqua), and Indiana (Kelley). And those still looking for the right recipe? UC Irvine, Carnegie Mellon, Maryland (Smith), Vanderbilt (Owen), American (Kogod), Georgia Tech (DuPree), Tulane (Freeman), Syracuse, South Carolina (Darla Moore), SUNY—Buffalo, and Clark Atlanta.
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