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This platform provides background information on Masters of Business Administration (MBA) and personal advice on the study selection.It includes articles on MBA ranking methodologies of international newspapers as well as on accreditation agencies and how they can be used for finding a program. It also has an Ask-an-expert Forum...
This platform provides background information on Masters of Business Administration (MBA) and personal advice on the study selection.
It includes articles on MBA ranking methodologies of international newspapers as well as on accreditation agencies and how they can be used for finding a program. It also has an Ask-an-expert Forum where questions around the MBA are answered by experts in the field.
Finally, it provides an overview on MBA programs worldwide with a very useful seach function on required tests: People can search for MBA programs that require the GMAT or GRE test, for programs that offer an optional on-campus test, and for programs that do not require such a test at all. http://www.mba-compass.com
Hi there, I developed this platform in the best way I could including all my experience on MBA programs over the last 10 years. Particularly, I focus on providing a user-friendly surface with useful search tools (e.g. search for programs that do or do not requiure the GMAT) - and on background information that are not or only rarely available (e.g. the articles on ranking methodologies and accreditation). Furthermore, I offer a Forum where I personally answer questions around the MBA for free. Finally, I keep my website as much promotion free as possible.