MBA Programs, MBA Preparation

Seven Trends in MBA Admissions that Make a Difference for Today’s Applicants

November 11 2010 By The MBA Exchange
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The following is an excerpt from a guest article written by Dan Bauer, managing director and founder of The MBA Exchange. Read the full article at MBA Admissions Trends in F1GMAT.

F1GMAT: The MBA Exchange® is a veteran in the MBA admissions industry, providing expert guidance to thousands of applicants since 1996.  What are some of the MBA Admissions trends that you have seen over the past 14 years?

The MBA Exchange: Amidst a nearly constant state of change, there are seven major trends in MBA admissions that The MBA Exchange has observed over the past decade and a half.

1. The beginning – and the end – of dialogue between school and applicant

The phenomenon of social media has prompted business schools to become more visible and even interactive in communicating with applicants over this time period.  Admissions directors like Harvard’s Dee Leopold have even launched their own blogs to ensure clarity in explaining their policies, preferences and priorities. Always diplomatic, of course, but now official.

For more, go to: MBA Admissions Trends in F1GMAT