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MBAnalysis Blog: Cornell Tech, The Best of All Worlds

How To Get Into Cornell University’s SC Johnson College of Business Learn How   What do you get when you combine a blue chip business school with a Nobel Prize winning foreign university? A piece of start-up nation in the middle of Silicon Alley? Technical know-how with Ivy League business sensibilities? Plus a $2 billion… View Article

MBAnalysis Blog: NYU Stern – An Embarrassment of Choices

Many of us were applauding when earlier this year, NYU Stern unveiled two new one-year MBAs in Tech and Fashion & Luxury. With a tight focus on a single industry, and a duration of only one-year, Stern is bringing to the business school world a product that will serve many students well by being lower… View Article

MBAnalysis Blog: Excited to be a Product Manager? Take a look at this!

Joining the ranks of a growing list of one-year Masters Programs, including the recently announced NYU Tech MBA and the now firmly established Cornell Tech MBA, is Carnegie Mellon’s Master of Science in Product Management (MSPM). This joint effort between the Tepper School of Business and Carnegie Mellon University‘s School of Computer Science is focused… View Article

MBAnalysis Blog: NYC, Fashion, and One-Year MBAs

NYU Stern recently announced two new one-year MBA programs with one focused on Technology and the other on Fashion & Luxury. Both programs are May to May programs with the first cohort starting in 2018 with applications due this fall. The addition of these programs are unsurprising, given NYU’s integration with Silicon Alley (the name given to… View Article

Chief Learning Officer: ​Build Leadership Skills Through Nontraditional MBA Programs

by Salma Qarnain, Stratus Admissions Counseling Give executives greater flexibility to build global learning into their busy schedules. Increasing demand for executive-level education programs to fill knowledge gaps and develop soft skills has inspired newer online and specialized programs, giving executives greater flexibility to build global learning into their busy schedules. The flexibility of newer… View Article

Am I Too Old for an MBA? Four Reasons to Consider Alternative MBAs

The average age of a first year MBA student is 29 – roughly the same as the average of starting quarterbacks in the NFL. Yet, at 39, Tom Brady recently led the Patriots to his fifth Super Bowl win. If Tom Brady can be a successful outlier, so can I…right? If you are more than… View Article

Financial Times: Flexibility of online MBAs Opens Door for the Time-Poor

Students tell how they juggle study with work and family commitments Stratus Director of MBA Admissions Susan Cera is sourced in this article by Jonathan Moules, which is part of a Special Report on Online Learning. Click this link to read the article