BUSINESS SCHOOL LIBRARY: Everything you need to know about applying to business school and financing your degree

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  • Obtaining an MBA involves a considerable investment of time and money - but the payout can be worth it.
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  • If you're trying to decide if now is a good time to apply to business school, or if you're weighing the pros and cons of even applying in the first place, or if you're not sure how to create a stellar application, we've got you covered.
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  • Here you'll find links to Business Insider's extensive coverage of business school programs. You can read it all by subscribing to BI Prime.

Business school applications are declining as a whole, but salary numbers remain strong. If you're thinking about business school in any capacity, the following list of Business Insider articles will help you navigate that journey:

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  • The ultimate guide to whether you should go to business school or not, according to successful CEOs, founders, and execs who've had to make the choice
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  • Here's how to decide when to go to business school, according to 5 graduates who went at drastically different times in their lives
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  • A 32-year-old CFO chose to stay at work instead of getting an MBA. Here's how she made the decision - and why she doesn't regret it.
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  • Harvard and Stanford MBA grads reveal the most important benefits they got from business school, besides their education
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  • 22 pieces of career advice you're bound to get from business school, according to successful MBA graduates
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  • A founder who spent 6 years working at Facebook gives 3 reasons why it was a better education than an MBA - and why he'd rather hire someone with tech experience
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  • MBA grads of Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, and more share the unique career paths they took after business school - that didn't end in finance or consulting
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  • 95% of Stanford MBA students take a nonrequired course nicknamed 'Touchy Feely.' Here's why alumni say it's been voted the most popular elective for 45 years.
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  • 10 grads from America's top MBA programs reveal the best advice they picked up from professors, classes, and mentors - and how those lessons led to successful careers

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