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  • Alternative MBA Careers

    After a series of scandals and high-profile blunders being exposed in the financial sector in recent years, many an MBA graduate will no doubt be looking elsewhere for employment. In addition to the reputational damage suffered by the sector, tightened regulation and scrutiny in addition to the lingering effects of the financial crisis have resulted in lesse.. Read more >>

  • What is Bain & Company looking for in an MBA?

    When we first spoke to Keith Bevans from Bain & Company in the summer of 2013, he had recently been appointed the company’s head of global recruiting. Three years later in 2016, the summer associate class for 2016 was the largest the company has ever had. And 2017 is following in the same upward trajectory with record numbers, most of whom will be .. Read more >>

  • MBA in Healthcare - needed more than ever!

    Healthcare in the US and UK frequently makes the front pages. The two countries have very different systems, each with their own distinct challenges.In the US, healthcare facilities are largely privately owned and most people are required to have some form of health insurance, either through their employer or family. The last few months have been dominated b.. Read more >>

  • Navigating Your MBA Career in the Modern Age

    Circumstances of the modern age are creating an unprecedented MBA career landscape for ambitious MBAs. Diversified education offerings and a more dynamic, global job market have given way to more empowered employees, including young MBAs, who are increasingly moving away from merely wanting ‘a better paying job‘ (because certainly that is one major draw of the MBA) towards a mindset that is more focused on ‘building a career’, or even ‘following a calling’. .. Read more >>

  • What is UPS looking for in MBAs?

    Founded in 1907 as an on-foot delivery service, UPS now delivers 18.3 million packages each day but, while many people view it purely as a package delivery company, UPS’s director of talent acquisition, Matt Lavery, feels that it could also be considered a “tech company with trucks.” Case in point: The company spends a billion dollars a year on technology. .. Read more >>

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