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Getting in

The best shows in town are always the hardest to get into, and so it is with MBA courses. Click here to read further.

What do business schools look for?

Business schools look for candidates who will be successful corporate, small-business and non-profit executives, civic leaders, change agents and entrepreneurs. Click here to read further.

When to apply

You worked like a dog on your application - is there anything else you can do to increase your odds of getting accepted? Click here to read further.

Application forms

One of the main instruments in the admissions process is the application form. Click here to read further.

Application essays

Admissions committees consider the essays the clincher, the swing vote in the admit/deny issue. Click here to read further.

Interviews

A great interview can tip the scale in the admit direction. Click here to read further.

Letters of recommendation

Letters of recommendation serve an essential purpose in the application process by adding the perspective of others. Click here to read further.

What is the GMAT?

The GMAT is a comprehensive, computerised examination that combines essay and multiple-choice formats. Click here to read further.

GMAT preparation

While a preparation course is not a prerequisite for taking the GMAT test, prospective students are encouraged to undertake some preliminary self-preparation of the Mathematics and Grammar components. Click here to read further.

Finance options

Completing an MBA often requires serious financial commitment, but there are sources of funding available. Click here to read further.

MBA bursaries and scholarships

A listing of the current MBA bursary and scholarship opportunities that are available to prospective MBA students. Click here to read further.

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