Three years and more than 300 new graduates into the evolution of the W. P. Carey Full-time MBA program, Dean Amy Hillman discusses what the school has learned, how to remain competitive in a crowded MBA environment, and what’s next for the program and the school.
Joining a student club can be a pivotal part of your graduate school experience. Whether you are looking to connect with like-minded individuals, network with industry leaders, or give back to the community, W. P. Carey has something for everyone!
Everyone talks about the importance of mentoring, especially when it comes to professional development. At the MBA level, most students are still looking upwards for mentors to help them climb the corporate ladder.
As technology becomes more interconnected across functions and skills, the ability to understand and interpret technological solutions to business problems — and the leadership required to bring about those solutions — are not merely desired attributes.
For four consecutive years, Arizona State University has been ranked as the most innovative school in the country by U.S. News & World Report. Now put that innovation to work for your career with the Master of Science in Information Management (MS-IM) from ASU’s W. P.
W. P. Carey is looking for Net Investors — students who want to engage with the MBA community and leave the program better off than they found it. Leading a club, mentoring students, and participating in curriculum focus groups are common ways that MBA students give back to W. P. Carey.
It’s no secret that a full-time MBA program is hard work. Classes, networking, and recruiting can be time-consuming and stressful. Often, individual wellbeing gets lost in the hustle to learn more and do more. As an MBA student at the W. P. Carey, Manish Choudhary decided to change that.
Ask any student in McCord Hall what has made their experience at W. P. Carey unique and I bet they will say “the people." That’s because at W. P. Carey, business is personal.
You crushed the GMAT. You aced the interview. Congratulations, you did it! But since we know you are probably already planning how to best prepare for day one, let us offer some advice from current students.
When most people imagine working in show business, they picture a busy set with actors running around in costume and directors yelling, “Cut!” But it takes more than on-screen talent for the film industry to run. Read all about the opportunities.