Congratulations!

By Aringo WP User|December 12th, 2015|Chicago MBA, Harvard MBA, IESE, Uncategorized|

Three additional Aringo clients got accepted to Harvard (MBA). Three additional Aringo clients got accepted to Chicago (MBA). Another Aringo client got accepted to Columbia (MBA). Another Aringo client got accepted to INSEAD (MBA), with an 18,000 Euro scholarship! Another Aringo client got accepted to IESE (MBA). Another Aringo client got accepted to Yale [...]

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Wharton and HBS Publish 2017 Class Profiles

By Aringo WP User|August 24th, 2015|Harvard MBA, Wharton MBA|

Wharton and Harvard published the profiles of their 2017 classes who begin their MBA studies next month: The 2017 class profile at Harvard is composed of 948 students accepted out of 9,686 applicants. The acceptance rate stands at 11%. Forty percent of students are women, and 34% are international students. The mean age is 27, [...]

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Congratulations!

By Aringo WP User|April 19th, 2015|Columbia MBA, Cornell MBA, Harvard MBA, HEC, Kellogg MBA, LBS MBA, MIT Sloan MBA, UCLA MBA, UNC, Yale MBA|

Another Aringo client (the sixth this year) got accepted to LBS (MBA) with a 20,000 pounds scholarship!! Another Aringo client (the fifth this year) got accepted to Harvard (MBA) with an $81,000 scholarship!! Another Aringo client (the fifth this year) got accepted to MIT (MBA) with a $100,000 scholarship!! Another Aringo client (the eighth [...]

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How to Choose an MBA Based on Your Dream Job

By Aringo WP User|April 15th, 2015|Duke Fuqua MBA, Harvard MBA, Kellogg MBA, Michigan MBA, Stanford MBA, The New York Times|

A recent New York Times article helps applicants choose their target MBA program based on their preferred post-graduation employer. Here are some of the article’s recommendations:In order to work at Amazon, go to Michigan-Ross. The demand at Amazon for MBA graduates is on the rise. In 2014, the company hired 27 MBA graduates, 40% more [...]

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Congratulations!

By Aringo WP User|March 28th, 2015|Chicago MBA, Cornell MBA, Darden MBA, Harvard MBA, Kellogg MBA, Wharton MBA|

Another Aringo client got accepted to HBS (MBA). Two additional Aringo clients got accepted to Wharton (MBA). Two additional Aringo clients got accepted to Chicago (MBA). Three additional Aringo clients got accepted to Kellogg (MBA). Another Aringo client got accepted to Darden (MBA). Another Aringo client got accepted to Cornell (MBA). [...]

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Is it Worthwhile to Apply to HBS Round 3?

By Aringo WP User|March 24th, 2015|Harvard MBA|

Harvard posted on its admissions committee's blog a few tips and guidelines for applicants considering applying to Round 3 (till 4.6):“For those of you thinking about Round 3, here are some of the FAQs we field once application anxiety kicks in:FAQ #1: Do I have to wait for my recommenders to finish before I can [...]

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Congratulations!

By Aringo WP User|February 8th, 2015|Berkeley MBA, Chicago MBA, Columbia MBA, Darden MBA, Duke Fuqua MBA, Harvard MBA, LBS MBA, NYU Stern MBA, Oxford MBA, tuck MBA|

Two additional Aringo clients got accepted to Berkeley (MBA). Crossing Fingers!! Two additional Aringo clients were invited to interview at Harvard (MBA). Four additional Aringo clients were invited to interview at Chicago (MBA). Three additional Aringo clients were invited to interview at LBS (MBA). Another Aringo client was invited to interview at Darden (MBA). [...]

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Update from Harvard for Round 2 Applicants

By Aringo WP User|January 12th, 2015|Harvard MBA|

Harvard published an update on its admissions committee’s blog for Round 2 candidates. The deadline for Round 2 was on January 6th but HBS allowed recommendations to be submitted for a few days after.Invitations for Round 2 interviews will be sent out on 1/28 and 2/4. The interviews will begin on 2/12 and continue until [...]

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HBS Postpones Round 2 Deadline

By Aringo WP User|December 9th, 2014|Harvard MBA|

Harvard posted on its admissions committee’s blog that they are postponing the deadline for Round 2 by one day, from 1/5 to 1/6, and that the committee’s offices will be closed 12/24-12/25.They also posted that Round 1 candidates who interviewed will receive an answer on Wednesday 12/10 through the online application – acceptance, rejection, or [...]

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Harvard’s 2016 Class Profile

By Aringo WP User|September 9th, 2014|Harvard MBA|

Harvard published the profile of its 2016 class who will start their MBA studies over the next month.The overall number of applications received by the school stands at 9,543, with 12% gaining acceptance and 936 registered students, giving Harvard a yield of 89% (this data calculates how many accepted students registered for classes, excluding deferrals).The [...]

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Harvard Update Regarding Scholarships and Loans

By Aringo WP User|August 21st, 2014|Harvard MBA|

Harvard posted an update on its blog about financial aid offered by the school to its students. Last year the school offered 26 million dollars of need-based financial aid, and plans to increase the amount this year thanks to alumni donations. Harvard emphasizes that they do not consider financial need in the acceptance process though [...]

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HBS Releases Its Application Deadline and Single Essay Question

By Aringo WP User|May 16th, 2014|Harvard MBA|

Harvard reported that the Round 1 deadline for its MBA program beginning in 2015 is 9/9/2014."You're applying to Harvard Business School. We can see your resume, academic transcripts, extracurricular activities, awards, post-MBA career intentions, test scores, and what your recommenders have to say about you. What else would you like us to know as we [...]

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Harvard Refutes Common Round 3 Myths

By Aringo WP User|February 23rd, 2014|Harvard MBA|

HBS posted on its blog about its Round 3 application option (deadline: 4/7), usually considered to bear the lowest chance of admission, and addressed some common myths on the topic: "Myth #1: There are no spots available. Not true. We manage the selection process to ensure that there are always spots open for the candidates [...]

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HBS Tops Financial Times’ 2014 Ranking

By Aringo WP User|January 29th, 2014|Harvard MBA, MBA Rankings, The FInancial Times|

The Financial Times published their annual global rankings of the top MBA programs in the world, and as last year, Harvard took the top spot followed by Stanford. LBS came in third (climbing from fourth last year), Wharton was in fourth (dropping from third) and Columbia and INSEAD tied for fifth and sixth.This represents the [...]

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Update from HBS and Stanford for Round 2 Candidates

By Aringo WP User|January 20th, 2014|Harvard MBA, Stanford MBA|

Harvard and Stanford’s admission committees published updates for Round 2 candidates, including timetables for interview invitations.The deadline for Stanford’s Round 2 was 1/8, and they intend to continue their Round 1 pilot of completing all interviews within four weeks with rejected candidates receiving their answers earlier in order to enable them to apply to other [...]

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The Most Wanted MBAs? Harvard, Stanford, INSEAD, and LBS

By Aringo WP User|January 5th, 2014|Harvard MBA, INSEAD MBA, job market, LBS MBA, salaries, stanford|

The annual QS TopMBA survey was released revealing which MBAs carry the highest demand in the job market. The survey included employers from around the world and aims to uncover from which business schools they prefer to recruit.In North America, employers look to hire from Harvard and Stanford, while in Europe they favor INSEAD and [...]

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