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|Round 1||November 15, 2019||December 20, 2019|
|Round 2||January 20, 2020
(Deadline for international students)
|February 25, 2020|
|Round 3||March 15, 2020||April 20, 2020|
|Round 4||May 1, 2020||June 10, 2020|
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The Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick was founded in 1929 in Newark, NJ by the name of Seth Boyden School of Business. In 1934, the School became a part of the newly formed University of Newark and was renamed as School of Business Administration. The School acquired AACSB accreditation in 1941, thus marking its excellence in the field of management education. In 1946, the School became a part of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. The MBA program was launched in the year 1950.
Rutgers Business School serves New Jersey and the world by cultivating business knowledge, ethical judgment, and global perspective in our students, scholarship, and society through innovative research and teaching and robust partnerships with businesses across our diverse communities.
The traditional full-time MBA program of the School is ranked as the number one Public MBA program of the New York City region. The rigorous curriculum coupled with hands-on experience accelerates the career of its participants in such a way that they are able to lead organizations and start their own ventures. Calculus and Statistics workshops are held in the first semester, so that students are competent with calculus, statistics and computer skills that are integral for their success as a business leader. Students are given access to the Zoologic Business Essential Online modules at the beginning of the first semester, where they are introduced to the basic concepts of Accounting, Finance and Economics. The program aims at enhancing the communication skills of its students, developing their critical thinking skills and building their business acumen. The program is designed with the intention that the students should be able to understand and improvise the current business practices. Students are encouraged to identify the root cause of the problem and develop innovative and sustainable solutions to the business problem. Students develop a critical and analytical thinking approach while understanding the complexities and inter-dependencies between the various functional areas of business.
TRutgers MBA program is the program where students come with a passion and leave with a career. The program offers a collaborative learning environment, where the students are given hands-on experience on skills that are vital for them to carve a career of their choice. The School strongly believes that students must pursue their passion and its MBA concentration courses are in alignment with this belief. Students further have the option to customize their MBA program, so that they are able to choose the courses that align with their long term goals.
RBS has a diverse student body as it opines that collaboration of students from diverse backgrounds enhances the learning curve of each student. Today, employers are looking for flexible and innovative individuals who are good team players. The Newark campus has been regarded as a leader in diversity since 1997. Students are encouraged to leverage this global diversity and learn from other’s experience.
Rutgers has strong relationship with its corporate partners and this works in the favor of students, as they are often recruited by them. The high-profile executives and business leaders of leading corporate organizations visit the School as guest speakers and provide insights into the business challenges of today. Students get an overview of the global business scenario and develop an understanding of how business challenges need to be approached. Students travel to China, Costa Rica, India, France and Germany as a part of the Global Study Options program with the intention to study the business and economy of the visiting country and its impact on the global business scenario.
Rutgers taps the entrepreneurial potential of its students by providing them access to the vital tools and resources that would aid them in starting their own ventures. Students have the opportunity to network with professors, investors and alumni who guide and mentor them throughout their entrepreneurial journey. The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development CUEED is a platform for government, private and non-profit companies to collaborate with the intention to aid economic growth by providing resources and tools to urban entrepreneurs. CUEED has helped entrepreneurs grow and sustain their businesses through Strategic & Financial Plan Boot Camp, Entrepreneurship Pioneers Initiative EPI and Social Entrepreneurship Statewide Initiative.
Rutgers Business School Case Competition is a platform for students to put forward their business ideas and present their innovative solutions to the business leaders. The competition tests the skills of the students in terms of their business acumen, ability to lead and creatively resolve business issues.
Students at Rutgers have an edge over their contemporaries due to the proximity of the School to renowned business centers of NYC, Philadelphia and Boston. This location offers several internship opportunities to students and the visits by the business leaders and entrepreneurs as guest speakers in School enhancethe functional understanding of business aspects of the students. The Crossroads Theatre Company, George Street Playhouse, State Theatre and New Jersey Symphony Orchestra organize an array of plays catering to all age groups throughout the year. The Newark Museum, Aljira: A Center for Contemporary Art, and City Without Walls: An Urban Gallery of Emerging Art display some of the exquisite art collections of ancient times.
The MBA Office of Career Management OCM helps students become competitive candidates for internship and full-time job opportunities through its Career Management Program CMP Course. OCM partners with companies who visit the campus and conduct corporate presentations. This is followed by full-time job and internship opportunities to the students who clear the on-campus interviews. Students get access to resources such as Simplicity, where the latest job and internship opportunities are posted. Vault and WetFeet are online databases, where students can get all the information pertaining to an industry or a particular employer. OCM conducts a self-assessment for each student in order to identify their career interests, goals and skills. OCM additionally trains students on effective job hunt techniques negotiation strategies and developing a winning resume. Mock interviews conducted by career coaches are video-recorded and can be viewed later by the students in order to improve their response.
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