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Free Guide: 3 Questions Most Business Schools Hope You Don't Ask

Go beyond the basics when researching graduate schools.

Whether you’re a student or a working professional, honing your skills and focusing your career options are critical steps in setting the stage for your future. Your graduate education experience won’t (and shouldn’t) just be about gaining an excellent academic foundation – it should also be about building impactful international skills.

64% of potential employers consider international experience important for recruitment. That same percentage of questioned employers report that graduates with an international background are given greater professional responsibility.

What's in it for you? 

If you want to make a real difference in the global economy, there are three critical questions to ask prospective graduate schools. Download this guide to learn:

  • How to evaluate graduate schools for their ability to give you a sense of purpose and a leading advantage in securing your dream career.
  • The types of immersive global experiences you’ll need to stand out to potential employers – and where you can get them.

  • Insights on navigating an international career from award-winning author and Brandeis IBS faculty member Andy Molinsky, author of the book, Global Dexterity: How to Adapt Your Behavior Across Cultures without Losing Yourself in the Process.