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by Vault Education Editors | May 20, 2011


Here we present part seven in our nine-part series, Selecting Your Target MBA Program. This week, we discuss why it's important look at a target program's facilities. Do you want convenience or luxury?

Birdwood Golf Course at University of Virginia

Deciding to attend business school for two years is no small thing. For most people, it involves a complete change in lifestyle—moving to a new town, living in a different kind of housing, interacting with unfamiliar people, following a new daily schedule and even, in some cases, adjusting to a new climate. Although many candidates spend time researching MBA programs and comparing their academic strengths and resources, not as many stop to consider what these schools offer in the way of facilities and why this is even important. Have you? READ MORE


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