Business Week's Guide to the Best Business Schoolsby John A. Byrne
Business school deans wait for it with trepidation. Prospective students adore it. Now this tell-it-like-it-is guide to America's B-schools will command an even bigger readership,thanks to mushrooming business school enrollment-up 20% at top schools-and these all-new features: expanded profiles of more schools than ever before-the top 25 schools and 25 runners-up; the real scoop on how to get into the best schools-what's important and what's not; all new comparisons and ranking of GMAT prep courses and application software packages; more data on program specifics,with detailed comparisons of each school's offerings; a timetable that guides readers through the application process. Based on one of BusinessWeek's best-selling annual issues,this guide remains the only one of its kind to evaluate the top B-schools objectively. No other source in the world has as much proprietary B-school information as BusinessWeek. It's drawn from in-depth surveys of 14,000 graduates and the recruiters who have hired them,not on fluff provided by the schools themselves.
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