New Business School Guides from Veritas Prep

Last week Veritas Prep introduced an important new resource for business school applicants: Veritas Prep Annual Reports, in-depth insider’s guides to the world’s top MBA programs, available free to everyone.

While there’s no shortage of available information about the most competitive business schools, many applicants find that most of these schools tend to talk about the exact same things: “A global perspective… An integrated curriculum… Leadership… Hands-on learning…” Read any school web site or brochure, and you’re sure to come away with at least two or three of the same traits or features. But they can’t all really be the same, right?

That’s where Veritas Prep’s new Annual Reports come in. They answer the questions that every applicant should know before applying to a top business school: What are the school’s strongest academic programs? What kind of student tends to thrive there? Who are some of the program’s most popular courses and professors? And, maybe most importantly if you’re an applicant trying to get into one of these schools: What qualities does the admissions office look for in its applicants?

Each of these business school guides contains the combined knowledge of multiple admissions experts, current students, and recent alumni from a top business school. We’ve named them “Annual Reports” to demonstrate their timeliness — every year we will update each report to reflect the latest news and trends at each school.

Just visit the Veritas Prep Annual Reports page and register to receive your free reports!

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