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Campbellsville University's MBA program ranked in top 100 in the United States

Campbellsville University’s   education and business online graduate programs have been ranked 70th and 79th respectively in the nation in a report released today by U.S. News & World Report. Campbellsville University is one of two Kentucky institutions ranked in the top 100 in the business graduate category and is one of four Kentucky institutions named to the entire list. In the online education rankings, Campbellsville University and another Kentucky institution are the only two named in the top 100 with three other Kentucky institutions ranked. For the 2014...

HR College ties up with US-based B-school to offer executive MBA

Mumbai based HR College of Commerce & Economics has joined hands with the American business school (B-school) Rutgers Business School (RBS) to offer a joint executive Master of Business Administration (e-MBA) program. This is one of a series of such partnerships between Indian institutes and foreign B-schools to deliver MBA programs. The new 20-month program will commence in October, 2014. It will be open to graduates from all parts of India, who have three years of job experience. Out of the total 18 modules of the e-MBA program, 16 will be conducted in Mumbai and the...

The PSAT and How It Can Help High School Students

The Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®), organized by the College Board, is a comprehensive standardized assessment administered at schools on fixed dates each October that helps prepare students for the SAT. The PSAT is an important step in a student’s path to university success. It assesses subject matter learned in high school and problem-solving skills in three areas: Critical Reading, Math and Writing. Given the nature of the PSAT and topics covered in the test, it is obviously very helpful for those who plan to take the SAT, but it can...

IIT Bombay and Washington University launch joint e-MBA program

The premier Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay) has joined hands with the Washington University in St Louis (WUSTL) to launch a combined executive Master of Business Administration (e-MBA) degree program. The new United States-India joint MBA program will be designed along the lines of WUSTL's executive MBA programs offered in China as well as the United States (US). On completion of the program, students will receive a joint MBA degree. The classes will be conducted at the IIT Bombay campus, with the faculty of WUSTL's Olin Business School as well as Shailesh...

Top 10 mobile applications for students

Once upon a time, college students went to the library for hours on end, searching, reviewing, studying, and finding material to supplement their education. When they were finished, they headed home, tuned into their favorite FM radio station, checked their wall calendar for homework assignments, and called up their friends’ landlines to see what was going on that weekend. A Whole New World While the fond memories of these days live on, these days are over. Studying, communication, organization, and fun have all gotten a makeover since our parents went to college. With...

What are the benefits of having an MBA in today’s employment market?

Nowadays, it’s commonplace to discuss whether or not a graduate degree is worth it. While this isn’t true about every degree, especially ones that relate to professions that are expected to rapidly expand as the economy evolves, the value of an MBA degree has come under intense scrutiny over the last few years. Since this conversation continues throughout major media outlets, it is reasonable to assume many business professionals are pondering what to do next. Considering the amount of money and time it requires to receive an MBA, choosing to pursue an MBA degree must be a...

The advantages of going to college in Miami, Florida

After 4 years locked away in white-painted, cinder block, high school classrooms, it is the moment you’ve been waiting for: Heading to college in the warm, tropical air of Miami, Florida. Those of us that did not grow up here remember the excitement of moving day. Experiencing the exhilaration of leaving behind your icy, snowy hometown, and prepare to embrace a new location, a new climate, and a new culture! Fan Favorite While an individual’s favorite city is often a matter of opinion, CBS reveals that Miami is ranked number 5 out of the top 100 cities in which to live....

Students aspiring to study abroad favor Delhi University's FYUP

The controversial four-year-undergraduate program (FYUP) of the Delhi University (DU) is all set to make way for the restoration of the three-year pattern for undergraduate (UG) courses, amid a lot of protests from student and teacher bodies. However, a section of students who are aspiring to pursue their higher studies overseas have lent their support to the FYUP. It is especially true for students who are planning to go to the United States (US) for higher education. According to the students, they need to acquire four years of UG education after the Class XII level to take the ...

New score reporting feature in GMAT examinations

A new score reporting feature has been introduced in the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) by the test administrator Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). The score reporting facility will be first available to candidates taking the GMAT tomorrow, that is, Friday, June 27, 2014 . Candidates aspiring for Master of Business Administration (MBA) degrees will have increased control over their scores due to the new measure. However, the decision has to be a very fast one. According to the new feature, candidates will be granted two minutes to take a decision on whether to...

Student visa applications to US shot up by 37% in May this year

Visa applications from Indian students which were processed for higher studies to be pursued in the United States (US) shot up by 37% to a whopping total of 2,731 in May, 2014, according to officials of the American Consulate in Chennai. A high number of student visa interviews are also lined up for the ongoing week. The total number of F1 visa applications which were processed at the consulate’s Chennai office increased from 5,000 to 8,000 during December 1, 2013 to May 31, 2014, in comparison with the same time-frame in the previous year. Although visa applications have seen a rise...

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