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If you want an exciting career that will take you places, earning a graduate business degree is a smart choice and excellent first step toward building a career you will love. Whether you are curious about the types of graduate business degrees available, taking the GMAT exam, building a support network, or handling the financial cost, read on. The old, rigid rules and politics are gone. This is New School Business: a world of opportunity that's unique and diverse, just like you.

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New School Business: Own Your Education

The world of business has evolved and so have today’s MBA programs.

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Unique Careers, Real People

Today’s business schools offer a variety of career track opportunities that focus on your unique identity and goals.

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Business Schools Want You

Business schools are continually working to make a graduate management education accessible for everyone, especially diverse candidates.

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Five Quick Study Tips for GMAT Preparation

The GMAT exam requires significant test preparation, and your results are important, but don’t let it intimidate you.

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Four Tips to Building a Strong Support Network

A strong support network will help you navigate the application and evaluation process, and choose a career path.

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The Cost of Business School and Your Financial Aid Options

The potential cost of business school is enough to make anyone think twice, but you have financial aid options.

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Diversity Organizations

Diversity organizations offer a wide variety of programs and information for prospective graduate business students related to financial aid, internship, networking, and mentoring opportunities.

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Diversity Programs

Many programs are available to provide internship and other opportunities to aid diverse candidates.

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LGBTQ

Graduate business schools are establishing outreach, advocacy, support, and safety programs to meet the needs of the LGBTQ community.

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