We’re excited to begin serving quality MBA news content to applicants in two of the nation’s leading commercial hubs, Chicago and Los Angeles
Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) December 18, 2013
MetroMBA, a platform for exploring MBA programs by metropolitan area, has expanded to include MBA programs in Chicago and Los Angeles, cities that house many of the nation’s top business schools. With the expansion, the website now covers six of the biggest MBA markets in the country: Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Chicago and Los Angeles.
“We’re excited to begin serving quality MBA news content to applicants in two of the nation’s leading commercial hubs, Chicago and Los Angeles,” said MetroMBA managing editor David Sterngold. “This content will bolster our existing coverage of MBA programs in the Northeast corridor and make us a truly national source of MBA program news and information.”
Between them, Chicago and Los Angeles boast some of the top business schools in the country. These include Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Business, the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business, UCLA’s Anderson School of Management and USC’s Marshall School of Business, among others.
MetroMBA has doubled the size of its coverage area since November, from three to six metros. “We hope that our expanded coverage is not only useful to applicants who reside in these new metros, but to applicants anywhere in the country who are interested in pursuing their business education in these cities,” said Sterngold.
MetroMBA is the best place for applicants to begin their research on MBA programs, featuring detailed profiles of business schools in each metro. Each profile describes the full-time, part-time and executive MBA options offered by each school and allows prospective MBA applicants to directly compare their target programs. The site also publishes the latest MBA news and events in each city, making it a one-stop-shop for staying informed on target 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.