Business School Admissions in the Headlines: The Waiting for the Right One Edition

10454504-columbus-mba-admissions-consulting2Here are some of the latest, most interesting headlines about the business school admissions process and MBA landscape from media outlets across the country. Leading off…

There’s a new phenomenon among graduating MBA students – turning down a good, safe job offer in hopes of getting a better one. But is waiting it out the best option? What are the risks? Having prospective employers fight over you isn’t necessarily a bad situation to be in! (The Wall Street Journal)

What do MBA recruiters want in prospective employees? Overall, it’s about “the fit.” (Poets & Quants)

Aspiring business school students should should think like a marketing strategist and prepare a brag sheet they can mine to tell their story to admissions officers. Develop a great brand. (U.S. News & World Report)

For the fifth straight year, the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business is number one in Bloomberg Businessweek’s just-released undergraduate business school rankings. (Blomberg BusinessWeek)

Are these sixth graders the next wolves of Wall Street? These North Dakota students earned a better return on investment on the stock market than some of the best business school students in the country. Can’t make this stuff up. (NBCNews.com)