I'm pleased to announce MetroMBA's expansion into Washington, DC. Our local MBA news coverage and program summaries will help DC applicants thoughtfully navigate the many strong MBA offerings in the nation's capital.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) November 05, 2013
MetroMBA, an online information resource for professionals who are exploring MBA degree options in New York City, Philadelphia and Boston, has expanded its coverage to include business schools in the greater Washington, DC region. MetroMBA contains detailed profiles and provides high-quality news coverage of 38 business schools in the Northeast Corridor, which are organized by metropolitan area to help prospective MBA applicants find local programs that fit their needs.
“I’m pleased to announce MetroMBA’s expansion into Washington, DC,” said David Sterngold, MetroMBA’s Managing Editor. “Our local MBA news coverage and program summaries will help DC applicants thoughtfully navigate the many strong MBA offerings in the nation's capital.”
The new Washington, DC portal features profiles of nine leading business schools in the greater DC region and the Baltimore-Washington corridor. Each profile describes the full-time, part-time and executive MBA programs offered by each school and allows prospective MBA applicants to research and compare their target programs side by side. Applicants can browse many of the region’s leading business schools including:
- Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business
- The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business
- American University’s Kogod School of Business
- George Washington University’s School of Business
- Johns Hopkins University’s Carey Business School
- Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business
- George Mason University School of Management
- Howard University School of Business
- The University of Baltimore/Towson University’s Merrick School of Business
In addition to school profiles, MetroMBA publishes daily MBA news with an eye for what matters to the local MBA applicant. Readers also get actionable advice about how to write compelling MBA application resumes and essays and how to conduct themselves during MBA admissions interviews. Finally, MetroMBA’s popular “Direct from the Dean” Q&A series gives MBA applicants the rare opportunity to hear directly from business school Deans about what differentiates their respective programs.
MetroMBA is a source of news and information about MBA programs that is organized by metropolitan area, allowing prospective MBA applicants to directly compare programs in their region. Within each metro, the site profiles full-time, part-time and executive MBA study options and publishes daily MBA-related content, including regional MBA and business news, professor profiles, and interviews with top-ranking business school deans and administrators.