What steps do you need to take in order to make a smooth transition? Check out some words of wisdom from our student's experience.
Do you have a specific career goal like starting a business or making a social impact? Find out what you should consider when looking at where to get a masters degree.
Are you thinking about getting a supply chain masters? Find out all about our Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management program.
An MBA student shares about his pursuit of a career change and how his Krannert MBA experience positioned him to succeed in an internship in his new field.
Not sure whether you should take the GRE or GMAT? Find out what one you should study for the master's degree you want. Our blog helps you decide the right one.
How does Krannert get you started on the right path in graduate business school? Hear one new student's take.
Interested in a Master’s in Accounting? Get a quick summary on our graduate accounting program — from curriculum and awards to tuition — now.
Nervous about graduate business school? Here are some tips to help get you through.
Interested in getting a master's degree? There are a few easy-to-avoid mistakes that applicants often make. Find out what they are before you apply!
Considering getting an MS in Economics but don't know what careers you can go into? We answer "what can I do with a Master's Degree in Economics?" in our blog.
Interested in studying finance? We have everything you need to know about our program; from our Master’s in Finance curriculum to placement stats and costs.
One way to improve your marketability is taking a trip abroad. On top of experiencing a new culture, fare, and art, you can apply lessons from your travels into your career. At a loss on where to go? Don't worry, we've assembled 8 can't-miss European destinations and included why you need to visit them.
If you're a Full-Time MBA student planning a trip abroad, you need to pack a few things to help form connections during your travels.
Wondering how to advance your career? Besides pursuing an MBA, you can get an internship at your dream company. We have advice on how to land one.
MS Business Analytics and Information Management graduate discusses emerging trends in the field.
An MBA can offer students improved marketability and the ability to move into higher roles and salaries, but it's a decision that shouldn't be taken lightly, especially if you plan on keeping your full-time career. Find out what you need to consider before starting a Weekend MBA program.
For Adam McKinney, the versatility of the Purdue MBA was an obvious choice. And after serving in the military for 8 years, Krannert’s emphasis on problem solving through collaboration and teamwork was a natural fit for him.
One of the benefits of attending a top Midwest grad school is the student resources included in your tuition. For Purdue Krannert students, there are many. View our list of free and under-utilized resources available for Purdue MBA students.
Focusing on your health as a Full-time MBA student can be simple and surprisingly affordable, sometimes even free. Here are the Purdue amenities and services you should take advantage of.
In addition to a resume boost and an MBA salary, there are numerous other benefits of an MBA. Find out the top 5 benefits of obtaining an MBA.
Want to invest in your career and obtain traits of a leader? Place an importance on networking. If you are dreading the thought or don't know where to start, take a look at our tips — from wearing a bright color to overcoming nerves — for successfully navigating the networking waters.
MS Business Analytics and Information Management student, Alex Hartman, shares the impact of the real world and global experiences he has encountered through his graduate experience at the Krannert School of Management.
Thinking about investing in your career by applying for an MBA program? Here's how to find out the ROI of the different programs you're looking into.
MS Human Resource Management student, Ashley Robinson, discusses leadership opportunities, the Human Resources field and future career pursuits.
When deciding if an MBA is worth it, it is important to think about all the different financial factors that are included. Tuition is a given, but additional variable costs need to be considered. These can include textbooks, cost of living, quality of life, and your expected salary after graduation.
The answer to how to advance your career and land your dream job is to apply your MBA knowledge. Find out what we mean!
Alumnus and shareconomy entrepreneur, Antoine Cheul, reflects on his Krannert graduate experience and his business, one of the fastest growing apps in France, Shopopop.
Many MBA graduates fall short in the "people skills" area of leadership. Find out how we instill innovation leadership in our students.
Like many top Midwest grad schools, we offer multiple opportunities for growth. Find out about our Experiential Learning Project.
Discover the different traditions, diversity, athletics, and arts and culture that are the benefits of a business degree at Purdue.
Whether you're a Weekend MBA student or workforce warrior, find tips to help you ease back into your schedule after the holidays.
We have the answer on how to advance your career. Find out how you can gain applicable skills, increase your income and professional networks.
Are you considering starting your own business? We put together five startup tips to aid you in your journey. Check out our guide for the modern entrepreneur!
Many of our students, especially our Weekend MBA students, are looking for knowledge and expertise to move into leadership roles in their career, or even start their own company. With this in mind, we’ve compiled our list of four essential traits of leaders.
Want to own a successful startup? Learn about 13 innovative businesses that were influenced by the Krannert community.
We often get calls from hopeful students who recognize the benefits of an MBA and are seeking to know the GMAT score they need to achieve to be considered for a Krannert School of Management master’s program. With this in mind, we’ve compiled this blog post with seven of our best study hacks for the GMAT.
Like most individuals who have been working in industry for a few years, I was nervous about taking the leap toward pursuing a Full-Time MBA. I’m simply talking about whether or not to pursue an MBA, not to mention the type of schools I should be considering.
This summer I had the opportunity to intern with Emerson. I was a part of the Commercial & Residential solutions division, working on the warranty administration process for refrigeration and air conditioning products. This was an incredible experience that granted me exposure to several areas of business I had not been involved with yet, forced me to learn a new industry, and practice many of the skills I had learned at Krannert.
MLT has had such an incalculable influence on my life. Reflecting back to my MBAP years, my coach Krista saw potential in me that I did not yet see in myself. With her help, I was able to discover the confidence and security that I am forever grateful.
Originally from Sao Paulo, Brazil with an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering and specialization in Materials Science, the now 2nd year MBA student credits his numerous pre-graduation job offers and summer internship to his time here at Purdue Krannert.
November 2011 was when I played my last competitive tennis tournament. It was an All-India Men’s Tournament played in my hometown. I still vividly remember that moment.
Instead of working for government officials in Indiana during the summer, I am working for the upstream division of Shell Oil and Gas in Houston.
As a full-time dad, MBA student and graduate assistant, Brandon Bednar gives some helpful advice to future and current boilers.
When Florida native Sheldon Anderson first stepped foot into Rawls on Krannert Ignite week-end last April, there was something contagious about his energy and excitement to begin his much awaited MBA journey.
As a chemical engineer by trade, I was expecting my MBA program to be soft-skill focused. It’s not. Everything we do at Krannert is analytical, from evaluating probabilistic returns on investment, to planning employee engagement studies.
To me, the holidays are all about being with the people that I love. They are about enjoying traditions both old and new while appreciating all of the wonderful things I have been blessed to have in my life.
Pursuing an MS in Accounting, let alone in the States, was not always on Bing’s radar. Prior to Purdue, Bing was living in Stuttgart, Germany interning with Ernst and Young- attending Reutlingen University, Purdue Krannert’ s partner business school.
Originally hailing from El Salvador and having a total of 4 years’ experience working in the global supply chain industry with nearly every continent, Hernandez is no stranger to world-wide operations.
Last week students from all majors and backgrounds suited up for a chance to land their dream job. Here are my three pieces of advice to MBA and MS students prior to attending upcoming career fairs...
College sports have been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember. I grew up watching Drew Brees throw touchdowns at Ross-Ade Stadium and went on to cover college football for The Exponent, Gold and Black Illustrated and Sports Illustrated’s CampusRush.com.
We tend to take our basic necessities such as food, clothing and shelter for granted, but it was a real eye-opener when I found out that 1 in 7 people are in need of food in the United States. Therefore, I decided to do my bit, not just think but act!
Anything worth doing is worth doing well, and Purdue University's Krannert School of Management seems to fully understand that.
As a current MBA student, I now realize that there may be no such thing as a perfectly equipped businessperson. I have learned that even though MBA students are highly intelligent and dedicated, they still struggle to solve everyday problems - thus I have learned the importance of collaboration.
We live in an age of technology, where geographical boundaries are losing their relevance, our economies are becoming increasingly interdependent, friendships are turning into investments and societies are transforming in record time.