Military MBA declared the accessibility of 2 New GI Bill resources for potential MBA graduate degree candidates with military backgrounds. The first is a ten-Month Planning Guide for the New GI Bill, furnishing veterans with significant information for selecting and training for an MBA program. Military MBA, an administration that assists military students find and select a program designed to their demands, lately issued a list of the business schools that render the best value to veterans using the GI Bill to finance their education.
The GI Bill pays for 2 categories: tuition and fees. While these are often grouped together, they are in fact 2 separate accounts. The administration also links military students to some of its associate schools, including Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business, which provides an online MBA program. These programs are serving veterans get ahead in their education with some much required tuition assistance.
MBA candidates can access the 10-Month Planning Guide at http://www.militarymba.net/10monthplan.html and use the social network by registering at http://www.militarymba.net/signup.php.> About Military MBA