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Why Experiential Learning is So Important in Your MBA main image

There’s more to the MBA than well-organized lectures and detailed assignments. Experiential learning opportunities are on the rise, and we take a look at some of the important reasons why. 

Alliance Manchester Business School

One-Year or Two-Year MBA: Is There a Simple Answer? main image

The merits of a full-time, two-year MBA are illuminated by Steve Fortin, academic director of the MBA program at Desautels.

London Business School

Shefali Chadha describes her MBA experience at London Business School and her journey from working in capital markets in India to her new associate role at McKinsey & Co in London.

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10 Gifs That Accurately Summarize Starting an MBA main image

Starting business school? Here are 10 feelings every new MBA can definitely empathize with

Benjamin Fernandes, a Stanford GSB graduate and Africa MBA Fellow, landed an internship at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation last summer

An inside view of MBA internships, recruitment and the b-school experience from Benjamin Fernandes, Africa MBA Fellow and graduate of Stanford GSB.

The case method can give MBA students, “a sense of what they will be confronted with in their future career,” says ICFAI Business School associate dean, Debapratim Purkayastha

Business scenarios depicted in case method materials may read like film synopses, or come in comic book format, but have much to teach MBA students.

Darmstadt is 20 minutes away from Frankfurt and is home to Hochschule Darmstadt

A current student and recent graduate of Hochschule Darmstadt’s h_da MBA reflect on the benefits of their MBA in Germany.

business schools like to send their MBA students into the field by providing them with experiential learning projects through which they can apply their MBA skillsets to real-world settings

Find out how business schools, such as NYU Stern, Duke Fuqua and Michigan Ross provide their MBA students with experiential learning opportunities.