Part of Rice University in Houston, Texas, Jones School of Business was founded by civic leaders and prides itself on being a school for philanthropy. The University takes a civil approach for future entrepreneurs, managers and executives.
Business School Facts and Figures
- Rice University’s Jones School of Business has 231 full-time students enrolled and 311 part time students enrolled.
- The school is one of the younger business schools in the nation, funded as recently as 1974 by Houston Endowment Inc, which was founded by civic leader and entrepreneur Jesse Holman Jones.
- Tuition to attend the university is $46,000 each year for a full two semesters. Executive business programs total $104,000 for two years.
- The average GPA of accepted students is 3.4 with the average GMAT scores at 675.
Though the Road to Business School events are over, there is plenty to learn still available from these helpful fairs. We rounded up some of the best advice from the events and have posted them on Kaplan GMAT’s Youtube Channel for all to see.
Today, get inside opinion from some of the best business school available on how to create a successful application. Learn key tips on what to do and what not to do on your application. Also find out how to think about your business school application, and what it means to you. This is a must watch for any student currently preparing for the GMAT and/or making decisions on what schools to apply for.
We want you rock your bschool applications. A big part of that is getting to know the ins and outs of each school you are going to apply to. Check out the above video to learn more about UCLA Anderson. If you are still interested in the school, or newly intrigued, come speak with them at Road to Business School in August. It’s your chance to ask all of your burning questions and see what these schools are all about. Keep checking the blog for videos of admissions officers from your favorite schools. You can also visit our YouTube channel.
Summer is fast approaching, which means that now is the time to very seriously start preparing for the business school application process. Kaplan plans to do our part to help you get a taste of what is out there leading up to our Road to Business School event series in August by highlighting a new MBA program each week. This week’s school spotlight features The Foster School of Business at the University of Washington.
You’ll have the opportunity to meet with representatives from The Foster School at our upcoming Road to Business School fairs. Don’t miss your chance to meet one-on-one with admissions representatives from this highly respected program. Register today!
The Foster School of Business at the University of Washington
The Foster School of Business at the University of Washington exists to inspire and develop the next generation of management leadership. The MBA program knows that well-run organizations have … Read full post
As a part of the Road to Business School event series that will take place in August, we’ll be featuring a different business school every week to help you explore your options. Keep in mind that the schools featured will be participating in our upcoming business school fairs, so you’ll have the chance to meet them in person or virtually during the Road series.
Finding the right school for you is always a challenge. Take the time to dig in and get to know each program as you do your research. This week’s spotlight is on Smeal.
Penn State Smeal College of Business
The Penn State Smeal MBA is a two-year, full-time, internationally ranked MBA Program that has been designed to provide the connections, resources, learning, and experiences to transform business life and the business world. The program focuses on four critical thematic areas: Global Perspective, Total Business Focus, … Read full post