Media outlets love to do splashy high school and college graduation stories at this time of the year, and The New York Times
is no exception. Today's Education Life section has a story about how to choose the right university for your M.B.A. degree, which The Times
says "has clearly become a commodity."
"Conventional wisdom will tell you that Harvard is for Fortune 500 jobs, Wharton for Wall Street, Kellogg for marketing and Insead for multinational entities," the story continues. "There's truth to some of it, but times change, and so do employers' recruiting preferences."
If you want to work at Procter & Gamble
, for instance, you should enroll at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business.
"P&G clearly has a thing for Kelley," the story says. "The school is its biggest source of brand managers. Of the 172 Kelley alumni there, the most senior is Marc S. Pritchard, the chief brand officer."
Read the full story here