Applying to Business School Programs
Peterson's Guides:Provides data on over 4000 colleges, universities and graduate programs. Also provides financial aid information and test preparation resources.
GradSchools.Com:Research and other valuable MBA school resources on the leading graduate school website.
Princeton Review:Various test prep options available, pick one based on your own learning style: online, classroom, private tutoring.
Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC): is a non-profit organization of leading graduate management schools around the world.
Applying to MBA Programs
How To Apply to Graduate School: A step-by-step explanation, with timetable, produced by the Career Services Office.
Interviewing for Graduate School: How to prepare for and conduct oneself in a graduate admissions interview.
Test Preparation Courses: A list of well-known/local providers of test preparation courses. (*Please note*: Career Services is not recommending or making any assertions regarding the quality of these courses or providers.)
Financial Aid for MBA Programs
Graduate Financial Aid:Explanation of various types of financial aid for law students.
Other Web Resources for Financial Aid: Sources of information about grants, fellowships, scholarships, and other forms of aid provided by universities and third-party sources.
Financing Your MBA: Find alternative ways to fund you MBA degree so that you do not have to break the bank in order to pursue your education.
External Sources of Financial Aid for Graduate Students: A list of sources of aid provided by third parties, such as foundations and associations, which are found in Career Services and Mullen Library.
Graduate Business School Fairs
MBA Forums: Provides an open database upon which one can search for various MBA topics from financing to requirements for attaining the degree.