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How a MSF is different from an MBA

February 6, 2017, Posted In MBA School List
Sophie

For thousands of students each year, the decision to pursue a post-secondary degree in finance or business can be a difficult choice to navigate. Two of the more prominent degrees, an MS in finance and an MBA, are often seen as being one in the same. In reality, the two programs vary widely in the […]

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How to define a liberal arts college

February 6, 2017, Posted In College List
Aidan

For families in the midst of the college planning process, the term “liberal arts college” (LAC) is often used to describe a certain grouping of schools. While the term may sound straightforward, it can sometimes be misconstrued. To help, here are five defining characteristics of a liberal arts college experience: Setting. LACs are often distinguished […]

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Summer activity planning: part II

January 30, 2017, Posted In Summer Activities
Aidan

If you missed Part 1 from last week, please click here. 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! Community Service The Road Less Traveled https://www.theroadlesstraveled.com/environmental-summer-programs Community service programs abroad with a focus on […]

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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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