What you should know about MBA Requirements

MBA - Master of Business AdministrationMany students ask us what are the MBA requirements so this post is all about it. To be accepted in one of the business schools, you must meet the necessary prerequisites.

These MBA requirements may differ from school to school but there are basic requirements that apply to each and every school.

To be considered for an MBA program in a business school in the US, you must complete at least 16 years of undergraduate studies including a four year degree course in college. Next off, you must comply with the admission process of the school you are applying.

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“Terrorist Rehab?” aired on PBS

New York – Can terrorists be rehabilitated with kindness? On Friday, May 8 at 8:30 PM NOW on PBS partners with best-selling author and journalist Robert Lacey (The Kingdom, Majesty) to investigate the surprising success of Saudi Arabia’s approach to dealing with terrorists and extremists –without torture or water-boarding.

Given extraordinary access to the Saudi Arabian Interior Ministry and its practices, Lacey visits terrorist rehabilitation camps that use ‘soft policing’ tactics to be NICE to the bad guys.

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Inside the Kingdom-About the Book

IMG_1574Kings, Clerics, Modernists, Terrorists and the Struggle for Saudi Arabia. An eye-opening and penetrating study from the bestselling author and journalist.

Inside the Kingdom Author: Robert Lacey,
Genre: History
Age Group: Adult

What has happened in the Middle East’s while we were looking somewhere else. Saudi Arabia is a nation defined by contradiction. It is up to date state driven by modern technology and huge oil deposits, yet its influential religious institutions have its traditions and practices rolled back 1000 years to match some of those of the prophet Muhammad, says author Robert Lacey.

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Shakespeare’s Legacy

As much as I’m an advocate for the arts, there were many years that I was afraid of Shakespeare. All those thous and thees freaked me out. I had to choose between vocal and acting for my high school major, and I confess, part of my decision was based on the fact that I was afraid of having to do a monologue by the Bard.
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I used to produce for a local theatre company, and we were getting ready to do Hamlet. I joked, “it’s just Shakespeare.” My director said, “yes, it is just Shakespeare.”
That production of Hamlet opened my eyes to what Shakespeare was all about: the human condition. Shakespeare’s work is about love, fear, greed, insecurity, lust, ambition, and the rest of the most passionate emotions that make us human and, if we’re lucky, humane.

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