BYU Ph.D. Prep Program
Harvard GSAS Research Scholars
Kenan Institute Predoctoral Research Associates Program
NYU Pre-Doctoral Program
Stanford GSB Research Fellows Program
Clemson University Pathfinders Program – 2 day campus visitation program for doctoral students and post-doctoral scholars
The IDDEAS program is a two-day program for undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds interested in research and academia.
Chicago Booth/Northwestern Kellogg: Introduction to Diversity in Doctoral Education and Scholarship (IDDEAS@Booth/Kellogg)
Wharton Business School: Introduction To Diversity In Doctoral Education And Scholarship (IDDEAS)
Stanford University: Introduction to Diversity in Doctoral Education and Scholarship (IDDEAS)
BestBizSchools is a web site powered by AACSB International that provides vital information to prospective business school students. Visitors will find a search tool to locate AACSB-accredited schools that fit their needs, including school profiles; information on the role of rankings in choosing a doctoral program; and an explanation of accreditation and its benefits.
DocNet is an organization of nearly 100 universities granting doctoral degrees in business administration and economics. Its purpose is to promote doctoral education in business throughout the world. The organization educates potential students about careers in academia and engages in a variety of recruiting strategies aimed at increasing the pool of qualified applicants for doctoral-granting institutions. DocNet members share information about best practices, curriculum and admissions issues, student support, and placement. DocNet is an affiliate of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools in Business.
For information on taking the GMAT exam, visit www.gmat.org
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Help Writing Dissertation
TADA! Thesis and Dissertation Accomplished – Did you know that half of all graduate students never get their degree? So, what is unique about the 50% who can put those letters after their name? It’s simple – they finished writing their thesis or dissertation.
Grad School Road Map
The Grad School Road Map team is comprised of former graduate admissions deans or directors at top-tier institutions who now provide expert coaching for the application process. Since Dr. Don Martin founded the company in 2008, more than 350 applicants have been successfully coached in business and other disciplines (doctoral and MBA/master’s), with a 97% acceptance rate. We invite you to further explore Grad School Road Map by visiting: www.GradSchoolRoadMap.com.
Help Doctoral Students Retreat
The HELP Approach Partnership – Provides a holistic approach to education to help you meet your goals. We use the HELP Approach Partnership to get doctoral, graduate, and professional students from indecision to completion. For a complete listing of the fall 2019 retreats click here.
Dissertation Support Groups