Webinar: 2012 Research Highlights

Thursday, December 13th, 2012 at 11:30 am EST | 4:30 pm GMT

Overview

To borrow a phrase from our research staff, “Don’t let good data go to waste!”

If you didn’t have time to explore the rich data provided in the 2012 GMAC surveys, make plans to take advantage of our final research webinar of the year. Discover new data patterns, explore trends, and uncover tips you can actually use in your decision-making for admissions, program design, and career & alumni services. Be among the first to hear our take on what’s notable in the New Profile of GMAT Candidates report and other emerging issues in graduate management education.

This free GMAC webinar provided an overview of trends in the business school talent pipeline and key findings from across GMAT data and GMAC survey research conducted in the 2011-2012 timeframe. This webinar took place on Thursday, December 13th at 11:30 AM ET.

Why participate in this free webinar?

Researchers offered insights and information to answer the following questions:

  • What’s different about today’s prospective graduate management students?
  • How did applications for programs change in 2012 compared with last year?
  • What feedback did 2012 graduates give about their business education?
  • Are employers’ 2013 hiring expectations still moving in a positive direction?

Related Resources

Presenters

Hear from the following GMAC Staff during this presentation:

  • Alex Chisholm, Senior Manager of Statistical Analysis
  • Gregg Schoenfeld, Director, Management Education Research
  • Michelle Sparkman Renz, Director, Research Communications
  • Sabrina White, Market Development Director, Americas

Resources

Explore research based on your needs

GMAC surveys and research give you access to free market intelligence to use in your decision-making for admissions, program design, and career & alumni services. Annual reports can help you gauge market trends, develop strategies, and benchmark against other schools.

The following links give you access to GMAT examinee data and the five main research studies conducted by GMAC researchers:

Webinar Files

Webinar Files