Articles by Stacy Blackman
Join personal and professional clubs, because there’s more to business school than classes and grades.
Vendors could serve as recommenders for b-school applicants from family businesses.
Take the time to do some self-reflection before you start the MBA application process.
Swallow your pride and cast a critical eye over your MBA application to figure out why it was rejected.
Change privacy settings and untag photos to make sure social media represents you as an MBA applicant.
Make sure a business school offers the right personal support and infrastructure before you commit.
Make sure you speak with current MBA students and attend classes to evaluate prospective b-schools.
Think beyond your résumé and tell your story to stand out from MBA applicants with similar credentials.
Improve your b-school application by demonstrating leadership potential and improving math skills.
Hear advice from admitted students about their business school application experiences.