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    Home > Programs > MBA > Blogs and Journals

    • 54 Monkeys (USC) - Notes on the adventures of 54 monkeys and the girl.

    • Future MBA Girl - I'm headed to Wharton. Wanna hear about it? Here it goes...

    • Lucky Goldstar (INSEAD-France): Un Film Snob Pour Martiens: An INSEAD MBA Blog - Welcome to "Un Film Snob Pour Martiens", Lucky's blog about his year studying for an MBA at Insead, in Fontainebleau, France. He started in January 2003 and graduated twelve months later in December. This is his record of the experience, written as it was happening.

    • Martin Lloyd (Said-Oxford) - Welcome to the MBA Experience. For a year this is the blog where I documented what it was like to apply for and take an MBA at Said Business School, Oxford University. As the blog says I chronicled it all, from application to graduation. The site contains information about applying for an MBA, revision notes for many of the courses I did and the complete archives of the posts I wrote during my time in Oxford.

    • Michigan MBA by Zachary Emig - A view into the University of Michigan Business School MBA program for applicants, future students, and interested parties.

    • Tad Holbie's MBA Blog - Over the past ten months (8/2002 - 6/2003), I have maintained this detailed weblog of my business school application experiences, under the pseudonym "Tad Holbie". Having been admitted to the University of Michigan Business School, my application process is complete, and so this is the final posting to this site. I hope that my story can help those of you who are in the process of applying to business school, by providing a sense of the process, timing, and difficulties involved.


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