According to GMAC’s annual Application Trends Survey, applications were more likely to grow among flexible graduate management education (GME) programs while more selective programs faced declines.
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Like in previous years, nearly all current graduate business school students and recent alumni report satisfaction with their graduate management education (GME) experience. New GMAC research shows why.
As summer comes to a close and students return to campuses and classrooms, head to GMAC’s updated Research Library to find new, easy ways to sort through our latest releases.
Based on responses from more than 1,000 corporate recruiters and staffing firms around the world, GMAC’s 2023 Corporate Recruiters Survey explores which skills employers think will characterize the future workplace and how macroeconomic conditions are influencing hiring and salary decisions across industries and around the globe.
Authenticity, flexibility, and personalization are key themes when crafting engaging messages for a Gen Z audience, according to speakers at GMAC’s Annual Conference.
Recovery from a prolonged global pandemic. Inflation-prompted economic uncertainty. Slowing job market. These are just a few worries business school graduates are contemplating as commencement season came and went. Alternatives to graduate management education (GME), or higher education in general, have no doubt entered the mind of many business school aspirants. For those graduating this summer – and those thinking about or are going back to school this fall, the road ahead to career satisfaction and success can seem conflicting as ever before.
The value of making those all-important first connections with prospective business school students should never be understated. Email marketing continues to be an efficient means of creating and strengthening these digital connections—but what makes a winning email marketing strategy?
It is no secret that women are still not at parity in the business world. Only 8.8% of Fortune 500 CEOs are female, and women at the executive level earn 95 cents for every dollar earned by men, according to Forbes.
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Generation Z—people born between 1997 and 2012—currently make up around 50% of the candidate pipeline for graduate management education*. Those aged between 18-24 are of particular interest to business schools as they’re still shaping their early careers and ideal candidates for postgrad Master’s programs or to be guided toward an MBA application.