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Picking an MBA concentration

January 23, 2017, Posted In MBA Academics
Marc

Getting your MBA is a significant and important step in your career. The knowledge that you gain from your two years of study will propel you to new heights in the workplace and beyond. The first year of most MBA programs usually offers core classes, while the second year gives students an opportunity to focus […]

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Summer activity planning

January 23, 2017, Posted In Summer Activities
Sophie

Thinking about extracurricular involvement and summer activity planning for your son or daughter? To help, we’ve pulled six unique programs from our Extracurricular Activities & Leadership Development guide. Check them out! Cultural Immersion & Study Abroad: Putney Student Travel www.goputney.com One month to six week programs. Trips emphasize cultural immersion, first-hand learning and giving something of themselves […]

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What college tours do and don’t tell you

January 12, 2017, Posted In College Visits
Aidan

With school vacations fast-approaching, many families will soon be visiting college campuses to get a first glance of where their son or daughter may call home for four years. One of the more popular options is of course the college tour. Tours are a great opportunity to see campus for the first time; however, it’s […]

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Financing your graduate degree

January 9, 2017, Posted In Financial Aid
Stephen

Are you planning on applying to graduate school in the coming years? Before you do, it’s always important to understand the long-term ramifications of a graduate-level degree. This, in part, involves an awareness of how the financial aid process works and what it means for your goals post-graduation. Does your graduate field produce a high […]

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