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Trivia Tuesday

Read snippets from our popular line of MBA School Guides in this weekly post.

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Jan 20, 2015

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Trivia Tuesday: Venture Funds at Ross

Hello again and welcome to this week’s Trivia Tuesday, in which we spotlight program elements that help distinguish the leading business schools from each other. Today we’re taking a look into the Clear Admit School Guide to the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan to share an excerpt about venture funds at Ross.  Wolverine Venture Fund The Wolverine Venture Fund (WVF) is one of the largest university-based venture capital funds in the nation. Under the guidance of MB... Read more »

Jan 13, 2015

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Trivia Tuesday: Language Requirements at INSEAD

Hello again and welcome to this week’s Trivia Tuesday, in which we spotlight program elements that help distinguish the leading business schools from each other. Today we’re taking a look into the Clear Admit School Guide to INSEAD to share an excerpt about the language requirements at INSEAD’s MBA program.  A distinctive aspect of INSEAD’s MBA program is that language skills are an official requirement for both admission and graduation. Beyond the requirement that students possess profici... Read more »

Jan 6, 2015

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Trivia Tuesday: Residential Housing at Cambridge Judge

Hello again and welcome to this week’s Trivia Tuesday, in which we spotlight program elements that help distinguish the leading business schools from each other. Today we’re taking a look into the Clear Admit School Guide to the Judge Business School at Cambridge University to share an excerpt about the MBA program’s unique residential housing setup. A distinguishing feature of England’s oldest universities, including both Cambridge and Oxford, is the residential college system. Under this syste... Read more »

Dec 30, 2014

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Trivia Tuesday: Tuck’s Honor Code

Hello again and welcome to this week’s Trivia Tuesday, in which we spotlight program elements that help distinguish the leading business schools from each other. Today we’re taking a look into the Clear Admit School Guide to the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College to share an excerpt about the MBA program’s culture of trust and integrity. “All Tuck students agree to abide by an Academic Honor Principle that emphasizes honesty and integrity both inside and outside the classroom. Th... Read more »

Dec 16, 2014

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Trivia Tuesday: Global Study at Tepper

Hello again and welcome to this week’s Trivia Tuesday, in which we spotlight program elements that help distinguish the leading business schools from each other. Today we’re taking a look into the Clear Admit School Guide to the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University to share an excerpt about the MBA program’s opportunities for students interested in international study. “Tepper recognizes that the business world is becoming increasingly diverse – the school’s own student ... Read more »

Dec 9, 2014

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Trivia Tuesday: The Global Business Experience at UVA Darden

Welcome back to Trivia Tuesday, in which we help applicants differentiate one leading MBA program from the next by highlighting the elements that set each one apart.  Today, we’re investigating the Global Business Experience program at The University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business, as detailed in the Clear Admit School Guide to Darden. “For students who do not wish to spend an entire term abroad but who are still interested in learning about international business and cultur... Read more »

Dec 2, 2014

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Trivia Tuesday: Haas @ Work

Welcome back to Trivia Tuesday, in which we help applicants differentiate one leading MBA program from the next by highlighting the elements that set each one apart.  Today, we’re investigating the Haas @ Work program at The University of California Berkeley‘s Haas School of Business, as detailed in the Clear Admit School Guide to Haas. “The Haas@Work program sends teams of UC Berkeley students out into the field to help large Bay Area corporations design and implement innovative sol... Read more »

Nov 25, 2014

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Trivia Tuesday: Pre-Term at UCLA Anderson

Welcome back to Trivia Tuesday, the weekly column where we highlight programs that distinguish top business schools from their peer institutions. This week, we take a look inside the Clear Admit School Guide to UCLA’s Anderson School of Management to learn more about the school’s pre-term program. “Many schools offer pre-term and orientation programs for first-year students prior to the start of the academic year. While orientations are usually required three- or four-day progr... Read more »

Nov 18, 2014

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Trivia Tuesday: Social Enterprise at Kellogg

It’s time for Trivia Tuesday, our weekly exploration of the programs that differentiate leading MBA schools from their peer institutions. Today, we open the Clear Admit Guide to Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management to explore Social Enterprise at Kellogg. “The Social Enterprise at Kellogg (SEEK) program encompasses courses on a wide array of topics in the public and nonprofit sectors, including social entrepreneurship, ethics, values, sustainability, corporate socia... Read more »

Oct 21, 2014

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Trivia Tuesday: Stanford GSB’s September Sessions

It’s time again for Trivia Tuesday! This week we’ll take a look at September Seminars, a special academic opportunity offered to second-year MBA students at the Stanford GSB. “Before the start of Autumn Quarter classes, second-year stu­dents have the option of returning to campus early to par­ticipate in small one- or two-week seminars. These intensive seminars, known as September Sessions, give students a chance to explore a focused topic with a faculty member and a small group of classmates. S... Read more »

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