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Top Reasons to Earn Your MBA Degree in Europe

Posted on Jun 24, 2016

As you plan the next stage of your academic life, you may be thinking why earn an MBA in Europe? Why is it considered one of the best places to study abroad? There are several benefits to studying in Europe, ranging from enhancing employment prospects to developing diverse skill sets, to getting a more focused..READ MORE

Critical Action Points for Changing Your MBA Waitlist Status to Accepted

Posted on Jun 24, 2016

Being on the waitlist for admissions to a top tier business school can be rather unsettling. However, getting waitlisted is not the same as getting rejected, and in fact, clearly communicates that you remain a strong candidate for this business school. You still have a chance to tip the scales from ‘waitlisted’ to ‘accepted’, but..READ MORE

7 Highly Effective Round 3 MBA Application Strategies

Posted on Jun 24, 2016

The April and May final Round 3 deadlines are around the corner. If you have already decided that it makes perfect sense for you to apply for an MBA in Round 3, here are a few tips on ensuring that you have a strong, successful and well-rounded MBA application: 1) Effectively communicate a stellar and..READ MORE

Top Protocol and Etiquette Tips for your MBA Admissions Interview

Posted on Jun 24, 2016

Have you done your homework on the schools, programs, admissions committees, students and alumni interviewers? Have you gone through your resume and MBA essays in detail? Have you thoroughly introspected on the top stories that you want to share during your MBA interview, and the top questions that you want to ask your interviewers? Now..READ MORE

Questions to Impress your MBA Interviewer

Posted on Jun 24, 2016

When applying for an MBA degree abroad, the interview is one of the most important steps in the application process. There are two main parts of the MBA interview process that you would need to prepare for – what the admissions committee or interviewer will be asking you, and what you will be asking them...READ MORE

Should I Apply for an MBA Degree in Round 3?

Posted on Jun 24, 2016

There are a number of factors to consider around the timing of your MBA application. Round 3, which is the final application round for the year for most American business schools, has deadlines in March, April and May, and tends to be the most competitive round to apply in, since schools would have already filled..READ MORE

Language Tips for Writing Essays

Posted on Jun 24, 2016

Careful use of humor – Be careful about how you use humor, but don’t take yourself too seriously – this goes back to your ability to honestly reflect your individuality. Watching tone – You should sound excited about the school, but don’t only focus on the brand and reputation. Your excitement should be evident from..READ MORE

Write a Winning College Essay

Posted on Jun 24, 2016

The admissions committees are looking for an impressive multi-dimensional applicant that will be able to maximize what he/she gains from and contributes to the school. The essay section is particularly important, because the schools can learn a lot about you from your choice of essay topics, to the way in which you answer each question...READ MORE

IIT Bombay, E-summit 2016: A must-visit for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Posted on Jun 24, 2016

              ReachIvy were the higher education partners at IIT’s 2016 E-summit for the third time running and the conference seems to get bigger and bigger with each passing year! There was a palpable energy on campus as engineering textbooks and traditional classrooms were left to gather dust as students,..READ MORE

Highschooler’s Reading List

Posted on Apr 21, 2016

  Read! Reading forms a fundamental part of everyone’s education. Here are some of our recommendations for college-bound 11th and 12th graders – books that you can red in high school. This high school reading list span novels, plays, biographies, autobiographies; many are timeless classics and award-winning books. ReachIvy has compiled a must read list..READ MORE

Reading List: 9th & 10th Grade

Posted on Apr 21, 2016

Read! Start the new year with a new resolution to read. Reading forms a fundamental part of everyone’s education. Here are some recommendations for college-bound 9th and 10th graders. The titles span novels, plays, biographies, autobiographies; many are timeless classics and award-winning books. ReachIvy has compiled a 9th and 10th grade reading list (a must..READ MORE

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