Which MBA? A Prospective Student's Guide [NOOK Book]

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An MBA is a big investment of both your time and money. Whatever your use for the MBA, this guide will talk you through the things you need to consider before applying to a programme. At The Economist's Which MBA? division, we still think an MBA is a good bet. And there is much you can do to skew the odds of getting in to your favour. As in any business decision, the key is to prepare thoroughly. We can?t tell you which MBA programme is best for you. But with this guide, our goal is to help you to decide for ...
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Which MBA? A Prospective Student's Guide

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Overview

An MBA is a big investment of both your time and money. Whatever your use for the MBA, this guide will talk you through the things you need to consider before applying to a programme. At The Economist's Which MBA? division, we still think an MBA is a good bet. And there is much you can do to skew the odds of getting in to your favour. As in any business decision, the key is to prepare thoroughly. We can’t tell you which MBA programme is best for you. But with this guide, our goal is to help you to decide for yourself which one is.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014166201
  • Publisher: The Economist Newspaper Limited
  • Publication date: 4/11/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 299 KB

Meet the Author

Bill Ridgers is the business education editor at The Economist. He is responsible for the full-time MBA ranking and the business education channel on The Economist online. He also contributes articles on management for the business section. He was editor of the "Which MBA?" guide for eight years. Bill has also written and edited several reports on talent management, education and the cost of doing business. He was previously the chief travel and tourism analyst for the Economist Intelligence Unit. Prior to that he edited the EIU’s cost of living survey and devised its liveability rankings. Bill is also the cricket editor for The Economist’s sports blog. He is currently working on a book of business quotations.
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