Friday Links: MBA Versus M.S., Highest Paid CEO with an MBA, and More!

Lauren Golin —  April 26, 2013 — 2 Comments

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

Sleep in Graduate School: Why Depriving Yourself of Sleep is a Terrible Idea (Grad Hacker)

Cutting back on sleep is never a good solution to getting your work done. In fact the opposite is true: healthy, sound sleep can be your key to success in graduate school.

Military MBA Enrollment Surges (Poets & Quants)

This week Poets & Quants reports that military students enrolled in MBA programs has nearly doubled in the past two years.

What Skills do MBA Students Really Need? (Financial Times Business Education)

Rakesh Khurana, the Marvin Bower professor of leadership development at Harvard Business School, makes an argument for why now is the time for the management education industry to re-evaluate its broader goals.

Decide Between an MBA and M.S. at Business School (U.S. News Education)

A specialized master’s degree program often takes less time to complete than getting an MBA. More prospective b-students are looking toward specialized master’s degrees in subjects such as finance and accounting.

B-School Chart of the Week: What Does the Highest-Paid CEO with an MBA Make in a Year?  (mbaMission)

Earlier this month, the New York Times published a list of the highest paid CEOs. Check out this chart and find out what John Donahoe, the highest paid CEO with an MBA, makes in a year.

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