Residential MBA Programs

Noteworthy: Shreya Bajaj, MBA ’18, talks to P&Q on pursuing a U.S. MBA as an Indian student
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Noteworthy: Shreya Bajaj, MBA ’18, talks with P&Q on pursuing a U.S. MBA as an Indian student

Scholarships and programs specifically targeted to international students, such as an annual Diwali celebration, help ease the transition to American life.

The tram at Cornell Tech and Roosevelt Island
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Beyond Ithaca: Johnson’s Ithaca-based MBAs can take classes at Tech campus, NYC

Innovative coursework is being offered for Ithaca MBA students who wish to spend weekends or an entire spring semester in NYC at the Cornell Tech campus.

Noteworthy: Drew Pascarella gives tips on choosing an MBA program for finance, banking
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Noteworthy: Drew Pascarella gives tips on choosing an MBA program for finance, banking

Recruiting relationships and conversion rates are important factors to consider, according to the Johnson School’s Drew Pascarella.

Coaching peers: How to not be an expert
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Park Perspectives: Coaching peers — How to not be an expert

There are moments when the tools that we’re developing as graduate students–leadership of organizations and people–come to the fore and are put to the test.

Female faculty, staff, and students at Johnson gathered for the annual Women’s Welcome Reception in September 2017
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Park Perspectives: Johnson prepares women to “lean in”

Four years ago “Lean In” opened my eyes to the struggles women face in the workplace. Johnson strengthens our personal motivations as women to push further.

Marcelo de la Garza Gossler: Top 5 outdoor activities in Ithaca
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Top 5 outdoor activities for an MBA in Ithaca, New York

When I was applying to business schools, I was looking for a place that was family-friendly, inspired me to study, and had plenty of outdoor activities.

Greg Allis, MBA ’18
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Park Perspectives: Second-year goals

“Saying no” is a commonly-referenced difficulty for us Type-A business school students. The solution? Set some goals for your second year.

The Consortium: You can choose your family
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The Consortium: You can choose your family

The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management is the largest MBA diversity network in the United States. I began the Two-Year program this year as a Consortium member.

Tips from second years: 11 ways to take care of your health
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Tips from second years: 11 ways to take care of your health

As we’re sure you’ve learned by now, there simply isn’t enough time. How does one make it through the Core? Here are 11 tips from the Class of 2018.