In the fall of 2008, Ted Gonder was studying economics at the University of Chicago as the world economy melted down around him. “We were learning about the collapse in this ivory tower, theoretical, Wall Street Journal context,” Gonder recalled.
Networking is prioritized as much as studying at many MBA programs. There are how-to-network sessions during orientation, MBA career conferences that get going soon after school starts and events for students to meet employed alumni – all in the hopes
You’ll learn a lot by studying at an U.S. university, but there’s one lesson that usually isn’t part of the curriculum: how to build credit. It’s something that even U.S. students don’t pay much attention to, which is unfortunate, as
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