Written by: Toby McChesney Published by: Times Higher Education MBA News Digest Comment: This article makes a point without explicitly stating it, graduate program leaders practice what the programs they lead are teaching. Extracted Content: While the predicted mass closures of college campuses have yet to materialise, the financial impact and economic pressures spurred by the pandemic have … [Read more...] about Graduate programmes have a lot to teach HE about enrolment
Written by: Douglas Belkin Published by: The Wall Street Journal MBA News Digest Comment: Will this be the world's largest lead generator for a university? Extracted Content: Arizona State University is aiming to enroll an additional 100 million students by 2030 through a free global education initiative to be launched in April. The program, to be announced Thursday, will translate into 40 … [Read more...] about Arizona State University Looks to Enroll 100 Million More Students by 2030
Written by: Delani Marchigiani and Laura Nedbal Published by: CISION PR Newswire MBA News Digest Comment: Is this a way to curb employee turnover in the fast food industry and will other partnerships form as a result of this innovative program? Extracted Content: Taco Bell asked itself: Shouldn't the leaders in the Taco Bell system reflect the people who eat and work there? In an effort to … [Read more...] about TACO BELL® BUSINESS SCHOOL IS THE HOTTEST NEW THING IN EDUCATION
Written by: Aaron Wright and Charter Published by: Charter MBA News Digest Comment: Another prediction that technology is going to bring about significant change in the workplace and likely higher ed. Extracted Content: The buzz around [crypt-o-currencies] and NFTs is partly rooted in the belief that they’re early manifestations of what people are calling Web3, a next phase of the internet … [Read more...] about Web3’s potential for the future of work
Written by: Andrea Fuller Follow and Lisa Bannon Published by: The Wall Street Journal MBA News Digest Comment: Here is a case where the press created enough congressional interest to result in an inquiry letter by senators tying student debt to online graduate program costs. Extracted Content: Three U.S. senators sent a letter Friday to companies that develop online degree programs for … [Read more...] about Democratic Senators Probe Whether Online Degree Programs Contribute to High Student Debt Loads
Written by: FE News Editor Published by: FE News MBA News Digest Comment: This article discusses something GME program leaders have know for a long time, country brand can be a very important factor when applicants are making their decision to apply to a GME program. Extracted Content: That geographic value of a degree, the reputational value of a country’s entire higher education heft, is what … [Read more...] about What is the future of international study?