Official MBA Handbook 2002/2003
[Includes StudyLink MBA CD ROM]

Listings & Text on the Accreditation Process from the Association of MBAs

By Kathy Harvey
Pearson Education Limited / Prentice Hall
December 2002
ISBN: 0-273-65999-5
506 Pages, Illustrated, 8 " x 8 "
$77.50 paper original


The MBA market is expanding and changing, as business schools and universities seek to respond to global economic trends and the long-term effects of e-commerce. The huge variety of programs increases the need for information for applicants. Written in conjunction with the Association of MBAs, this essential guide has been fully updated for the 2002/2003 programs. It covers every aspect of embarking on an MBA, from choosing a school, to financing your course, to what you can do with your MBA. In particular, it takes a look at how the MBA is changing in light of the dotcom effect and the impact of e-commerce. The Official MBA Handbook is firmly established as a comprehensive guide for anyone considering studying for this hugely popular business degree. It is a one-stop shop detailing all the best schools and courses. Don't choose an MBA without it. This official handbook is designed as a "one-stop shop" for anyone looking to embark on an MBA. It contains key information on everything from funding to course content to job prospects.

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