You will find some of the top ranked MBA programs in Washington, D.C. – the prime location at the intersection of government, technology, and business.
U.S. News and World Report annually ranks all AACSB accredited business schools’ part-time MBA programs based on peer assessment, GMAT average, work experience, % of part-time students, and undergraduate GPA. To put these MBA program rankings in perspective, there are more than 13,000 schools worldwide that offer business programs. U.S. News & World Report considers only the 672 member institutions (AACSB-accredited business schools) in the U.S. for these rankings.
For those considering top ranked MBA programs...
An overseas holiday can come with a hefty price tag, especially for South African travellers. Whether it’s an annual holiday in Europe, or backpacking across America, a limited income and fluctuating exchange rates means that penny-pinching might be essential to enjoying your holiday!
With the South African Rand currently at R11 to the Euro and R9 to the US Dollar, South Africans are under a lot of pressure to stretch their cash as much as possible.
Here are some tips to help you make the most of your money while travelling in foreign countries!
Bargain and budget
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Why you should choose a Business School in Virginia
By Keegan Cassady, MBA candidate May 2013
As a Virginian myself, there are many things I enjoy about higher education in Virginia. I attended William and Mary for my undergraduate degree, and George Mason for my business degree. I liked William and Mary for its distance – just far enough away to be independent, just close enough to do laundry runs – and I enjoy Mason for its proximity. Half an hour by free shuttle to the Vienna metro, Mason is a cheap hour...
Confidence and the MBA Program
Posted on behalf of Seth Whetzel
One thing that I’ve been reflecting upon since my return from the Mason Global Residency in Brazil is my newfound appreciation for the term “confidence”. This word is oft-used in just about any good MBA program, or at least in any good finance MBA program. Consumer confidence, investor confidence, confidence in the markets; the list of expressions with the term “confidence” goes on and on. As an undergraduate economics major, it always struck me how important such a fickle, intangible concept was to our overall...
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