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As heavyweight industry experts, we regularly provide commentary and analysis about business school admissions for major media around the world.
POETS & QUANTS – What INSEAD’s Repeat At #1 Means For The School
POETS & QUANTS – Two-Year MBA Programs in Application Slump
POETS & QUANTS – Global Experience: What Schools Want
US NEWS – Brevity Is Key In MBA Essays
POETS & QUANTS – Why INSEAD’s Time Has Finally Come
WALL STREET JOURNAL – Why Americans Are Going Abroad For An MBA
POETS & QUANTS – How Much Higher Can GMATs Possibly Go?
POETS & QUANTS – The Business Schools Winning The MBA Student Talent Wars
NEW YORK TIMES – MBA Programs That Get You Where You Want To Go
POETS & QUANTS – Why A January MBA Entry Is A Good Option
FORTE FOUNDATION – MBA Clinic: The Back Office Banker
FORTE FOUNDATION – MBA Clinic: The Future Consultant
POETS & QUANTS – Smart Guidance For Round 2 Applicants
POETS & QUANTS – Recommendations: Prestige Does Matter
FORTE FOUNDATION – MBA Clinic: The Energy Evangelist
POETS & QUANTS – How To Stand Out In The Application Pile
FORTE FOUNDATION – MBA Clinic: The Fast-Track Consultant
BUSINESSWEEK – Will Harvard Ever Have an MBA Class With 50 Percent Women?
POETS & QUANTS – Should Women Approach The Application To B-School Any Differently?
POETS & QUANTS – The Ideal Timetable To Do A B-School App
POETS & QUANTS – Getting Into B-School When You’re 30+
POETS & QUANTS – MBA Myth Busters: Can A Sub-700 GMAT Take You out?
POETS & QUANTS – MBA Myth Busters: Need A Brand Name Company To Get In?
FORBES – 50 Shades of MBA Admissions Grey
BUSINESSWEEK – Gotten Arrested? Put It On Your B-School Application
POETS & QUANTS – INSEAD Quietly Revamps MBA Application
WALL STREET JOURNAL – Pro Tip: Don’t Lie On Your MBA Application
POETS & QUANTS – “Judith Knows Wharton Better Than Anybody Out there”
BUSINESSWEEK – MBA Applicants: Offer Explanations, Not Excuses
THE ECONOMIST – Ask The Expert: How To Apply To Business School
FORBES – 10 Tips For Acing The MBA Interview
BUSINESSWEEK – Selectivity, Yield And MBA Admissions Math
SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST – Financing Your MBA
POETS & QUANTS – Ex Adcoms Launch MBA Consulting Firm
FORBES – Getting The MBA Admissions Edge
BUSINESSWEEK – Timing Your Application To Business School
THE ECONOMIST – Finding The Right MBA
WALL STREET JOURNAL – Prospective MBA students look at overseas options
THE TIMES OF INDIA – Business school efforts to diversify the MBA applicant pool
CHINA ECONOMIC REVIEW – Top tips for cracking the MBA admissions process
THE GLOBE AND MAIL – Winners and losers in the MBA rankings game
AMERICA ECONOMIA – Horizontes europeos para los MBAs
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Still can’t believe it, I got in at INSEAD! Fortuna’s advice was invaluable in helping me craft my application. With timely and thorough feedback, I was able to draw upon the right experiences that allowed me to put my best foot forward. I would highly recommend this experience to any prospective applicants.
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