International applicants account for a large portion of applicants at many U.S. business schools, but they also receive the lion's share of rejections. Applicants from India and China lead the pack of the rejected. By John A. ByrneNov 23, 2011 9:52 AM ET
The total cost of a Stanford MBA is now more than $350,000. And salaries have not kept pace. Yet another look at the diminishing returns of the degree.
By John A. Byrne, contributor
(Poets&Quants) -- Getting an MBA degree from a top-tier business school in the U.S. now costs more than a third of a million dollars. That's the unmistakable conclusion of a new analysis by Poets&Quants that takes into account the MORENov 18, 2011 10:51 AM ET
The former GE chairman aims to enroll 5,000 business students at his Jack Welch Management Institute, far eclipsing enrollment at programs like Harvard and Stanford. By John A. ByrneNov 15, 2011 12:51 PM ET
The gift is among the largest ever for a business school and will go to teaching MBA students committed to developing organizations to help the poor in developing economies.
By John A. Byrne, contributor
(Poets&Quants) -- Stanford's Graduate School of Business has long been one of the few business schools in the world that has regularly turned out its fair share of social entrepreneurs. Now it may well become the B-school for MORENov 4, 2011 2:05 PM ET
This year's guide includes a bit less about dress code and more on the actual interview questions.Oct 27, 2011 2:59 PM ET
Top rankings have inspired more demand for an MBA from London Business School than it can meet, surely a predicament that other schools might envy. Dean Sir Andrew Likierman discusses what's in store for the school. By John A. ByrneOct 14, 2011 8:37 AM ET
Five of the top 10 U.S. business schools have declined to participate in this year's Aspen Institute ranking of MBA programs' environmental and ethical impact. What gives? By John A. ByrneOct 5, 2011 10:43 AM ET
Sharing pieces of your emotional past sounds more like the stuff of support groups than MBA programs, but schools are recognizing a need to add these experiences to their curriculum.
By Shelley DuBois, writer-reporter
FORTUNE -- About an hour into a leadership class at Columbia Business School, all 50-odd students were sitting rail-straight with their eyes closed. A blonde research associate with the slightest hint of a German accent cooed instructions at MORESep 14, 2011 9:38 AM ET
They sure sound lovely, but prospective MBAs should not view the school-reported salary averages as a guarantee of a sweet paycheck come graduation day. By Anne VanderMeySep 13, 2011 11:25 AM ET
One year into her tenure as Northwestern Kellogg's dean, Sally Blount has managed to make headway toward giving the B-school a new home and a new attitude toward change. By John A. ByrneAug 26, 2011 10:55 AM ET
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