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Business Because: Women In business school: More female MBAs turning to entrepreneurship


More women business school applicants are seeking to become entrepreneurs, according to the results of an MBA applicant survey by AIGAC, the global network of admissions consultants. Nathalie Walker, external affairs director at Cambridge Judge Business School, argues that professional networks have proved valuable in the fight for gender parity. “Finding people to provide support, guidance and a challenge is almost always going to prove beneficial, and is likely at times to help people progress in their careers,” she says.

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