Admissions Q&A: USC Marshall
The University of Southern California’s (Marshall Full-Time MBA Profile) is looking eastward—specifically to the Far East. The school was the first to require international trips for students, it belongs to a conference focused on schools in the Pacific Rim, and it draws a large number of students from Asia. If they want to land a spot at Marshall, applicants need to be global thinkers who are comfortable with a diverse set of classmates, says Keith Vaughn, assistant dean of MBA admissions.
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