GMAC Research Services Launches New ‘Research Insights’ Page on gmac.com
The premier provider of graduate business school market intelligence now offers frequent content to help you stay ahead of the latest industry trends.
Consistent with its mission to empower business schools around the world to build competitive advantages in admissions and program management by aggregating market insights, GMAC Research Services is pleased to announce the launch of the all-new Research Insights page on gmac.com.
On this platform, school professionals and industry watchers will find a constant stream of concise articles and data visualizations that uncover data-driven insights on a variety of topics related to the graduate business school industry. The vision for the page is to be a must-visit site for anyone who wants to stay up-to-date on the rapidly evolving world of graduate management education. Articles will be crafted to be short bursts of useful knowledge, frequently covering subjects that may not be included in other GMAC Research Services publications.
The site content will vary, reflecting the diverse and complex trends and events that influence the industry. Visitors to the page are able to sort articles by the following topics:
- Prospective Students
- GMAT® Exam
- Recruitment & Marketing
- Application Trends
- Curriculum & Delivery
- Employment Outlook
- B-School Outcomes
- Data-to-Go Report Series
New content will appear throughout the week. A great way to stay current is to subscribe to the Research Insights ATOM feed, which will send an update to your feed reader when a new article is posted. You can also follow @GMACResearchers on Twitter for updates on Research Insights articles, as well as other publications and nuggets of knowledge from GMAC Research Services. A short summary and links to featured content also will be highlighted monthly right here in GM News.
Let us know what you think of the new page! Please send any feedback, comments, or article suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘Research Insights’.