Graduate Management News
 

September-October 2004

  Data & Trends

Finding Future Women MBAs: B-Schools Still Face Challenges 

Two years after we first covered the lack of women in graduate business school, Graduate Management News is still asking, “Where are the women?”   . . . read more

  Data & Trends

New MBA Pathfinder® Data Warehouse Coming Soon

Anybody interested in vital statistics and other information about business schools soon will be able to turn to a single, unbiased source.   . . . read more

  Recap

School Advisory Group to Guide Transition to New GMAT® Vendors

As GMAC® moves to new vendors for development and delivery of the GMAT®, it is looking to business schools for input on how test services should change to better serve schools and test takers.   . . . read more

  What's New

2005 MBA Leadership Conference Boasts Renowned Speakers

GMAC® and the MBA Roundtable will host the popular MBA Leadership Conference in February. This year’s program includes presentations by a pair of widely hailed management experts and promises to yield valuable ideas for senior-level academic and administrative directors.   . . . read more

  What's New

New Career Content on mba.com

In an effort to provide prospective graduate business students with more information about what an MBA degree can do for them, GMAC® has added new career-related content to its mba.com website.   . . . read more

  Data & Trends

GMAT® Volume Shows Slight Improvement

Year-to-date GMAT® volume improved slightly through the end of August, but the number of tests taken around the world remains down, compared with comparable figures from 2003.   . . . read more

  Calendar

Calendar

Mark your calendar with upcoming GMAC® events.   . . . read more

  People on the Move

People on the Move

See who the movers and shakers are in this installment of "People on the Move." And don't forget to tell us your good news by sending promotion and hiring announcements to gmnews@gmac.com.   . . . read more

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