UBMBA Clubs Part Two: Leadership and Collaboration Outside the Classroom

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As you begin your journey with the UB School of Management’s full-time MBA program, you may be curious on how to get involved with the university. Have you considered a student-run organization? For part two of our series, here are Continue reading UBMBA Clubs Part Two: Leadership and Collaboration Outside the Classroom

UBMBA Clubs Part One: Leadership and Collaboration Outside the Classroom

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The UB School of Management’s full-time MBA program provides an inclusive environment that supports big thinking, creative freedom, and vast possibilities for achievement. But achievement is not limited to the classroom. As you begin your journey with the #UBMBA program Continue reading UBMBA Clubs Part One: Leadership and Collaboration Outside the Classroom

60 Days After You Graduate

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It has been sixty plus days since many of us have graduated from the UB School of Management’s full-time MBA program. The term “alumni” still hangs loosely in the air — it does not feel real quite yet. There seems Continue reading 60 Days After You Graduate

Letters of Recommendation: Who, What, Why?

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After years of undergraduate study and professional work experience, and months of preparing for standardized tests and admission essays, it is time to select who will write your letters of recommendation for the UB MBA program. Great letters can help Continue reading Letters of Recommendation: Who, What, Why?

MBA Internships: Weighing Short-Term and Long-Term Goals for My Summer Internship

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Throughout my time in the UB School of Management’s full-time MBA program, the importance of experiential learning and the value of internships has been instilled in us. Throughout the year, I work as a graduate assistant in the school’s Graduate Continue reading MBA Internships: Weighing Short-Term and Long-Term Goals for My Summer Internship

No Longer at the Children’s Table: National Association of Women Business Owners

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When you think of a female business owner, what are you imagining? Betty Crocker? Or perhaps you think of Jennifer Lawrence, who recently portrayed Joy Mangano, the inventor of the Miracle Mop. That might have been what I thought of Continue reading No Longer at the Children’s Table: National Association of Women Business Owners

The Graduate Giving Council – It’s a Tradition

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Many students believe that when they pay their tuition every month it covers their entire semester or university experience. In reality, this is not entirely the case. Gracious donors fund the rest of your education when your tuition money runs Continue reading The Graduate Giving Council – It’s a Tradition

12 Tips: Do’s, Do Not’s and other application tips

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Applying for the University at Buffalo’s full-time MBA program? Well you’re in luck. I’ve reviewed thousands of #UBMBA applications since my admissions career began here at UB. Many of these applications have been memorable in positive, and sometimes, negative ways. Continue reading 12 Tips: Do’s, Do Not’s and other application tips