To Help Students Impress Recruiters, One Business School Cuts Class

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Some former MBAs will tell you that the most valuable part of business school is the admissions process. The classes are nice, the networking opportunities tops, but the hardest work is behind you by the time orientation starts. When a corporate recruiter eyes a business student’s transcript, that student’s grade in strategy class doesn’t matter nearly as much as the university that issued the grade.

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