Friday Links: Networking Tips for Online Students, Top European B-Schools, & More!

Lauren Golin —  April 19, 2013 — Leave a comment

GMAT NewsCatch up on some business school news and tips with a few of this week’s top stories:

Networking Tips for Online MBA Students (U.S. News Education)

Networking is just as important for online MBA students as it is for on-campus students. Take advantage of face-to-face meetings and pick up the phone to network in an online MBA program.

Ranking Business Schools on Research (Poets & Quants)

A fresh look at business school rankings. This week Poets & Quants shares which business schools’ professors crank out the most research.

Getting Down To Business In The Business Schools (Forbes)

Larry Zicklin, current professor at NYU’s Stern School, has a revolutionary proposal to fix the crisis of irrelevance that today’s business schools are facing: business school teachers should teach business!

Top European B-Schools (Bloomberg Businessweek)

According to Bloomberg, GMAT test-taking data suggest that Europeans are increasingly staying on the Continent to get their degrees, while Americans are increasingly traveling to get theirs.

Business School Prof Creates System to Help Undergrads Forecast Grades (Financial Post)

New research lead by associate professor Dr. Michael Armstrong of the Goodman School of Business at Brock University is providing students with an opportunity to forecast their own grades before the end of the term.

Did we miss your favorite article from the week? Let us know what you have been reading in the comments below or tweet @ManhattanGMAT

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