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MBA Students Help Budding Entrepreneurs in Philippines

March 11, 2014

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A global residency experience unlike any other offered before at Mason. This seems to be the common theme among Mason MBA students who spent a week in the Philippines combining both business acumen and community service. Students worked with a variety of small business owners taking part in a local microfinance program to train them in areas […]

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Alumni Perspective on the George Mason MBA Program

February 24, 2014

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Miles Janich graduated from the George Mason MBA program in 2013 and talks about why he chose George Mason. Miles is currently Vice President at Brookwood Financial Partners. Learn more at http://mba.gmu.edu

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Survival Training: Why I Need an American MBA

November 5, 2013

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Elena Abramova

I am often asked why I decided to get an MBA degree. This is mainly because I already have a master’s degree with a great GPA that might be important for American employers. I would like to answer everybody at once.First of all, my move to the US was connected with my career development. My […]

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George Mason MBA program student in Brazil

March 6, 2013

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Students in an MBA programs in Washington DC and Virginia likely will hear many reports of the growth potential for business opportunities in Brazil, among other fast growing economies. They would be correct to be optimistic, but won’t acquire all of the tools they need in their business school curriculum. They need to experience first-hand […]

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First Day Jitters

September 10, 2010

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The first day jitters always affect me when attending a new school. My first week in Mason’s MBA Program was no different! The small class size and the familiarity of my peers were very helpful in calming my nerves. Although I was in a new place, learning unfamiliar things, the overall feel of the Mason […]

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