Poets & Quants for Executives

2011 March

A Chicago-based school offers 50 full scholarships

Dave Floyd’s classmates were not ones to simply remain idle in the face of good ideas. At Oxford, he writes, ideas are quickly translated into tangible ventures.

Vanderbilt partners with schools in Brazil, Mexico and Canada

Advice on how to survive your partner’s very demanding MBA experience

Wharton retains No. 1 rank in U.S. News

Would you travel over 14,000 miles every other weekend for an MBA? These hardy souls do it and don’t have too many qualms about the payback, either.

Arun Sasikumar Nair commutes from Singapore to Toronto’s Rotman School for its EMBA program.

To attend Wharton’s San Francisco EMBA program, Chris Min endures a 12-hour flight from Seoul, Korea.

Every other weekend, Harsh Gupta’s roundtrip flight to Kellogg adds 14,522 miles to his frequent flyer account.

Chris Bouck endures a 3,097-mile roundtrip, 20 total hours of travel, to get to Cornell’s EMBA program outside New York City from the Cayman Islands.

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