Written by: Lindsay Ellis Published by: The Wall Street Journal on 9/9/22 MBA News Digest Comment: What a rite of passage for M.B.A. candidates. Extracted Content: Jaron Wright and Shivani Singh, first-year students at Harvard Business School, started networking before the fall semester started. They connected during a seven-day-long party aboard yachts floating in the Adriatic Sea. Hundreds … [Read more...] about The Ultimate M.B.A. Networking Event? A Yacht Party in Croatia.
Written by: Liam Knox Published by: Inside Higher Ed on 8/29/2022 MBA News Digest Comment: Could new incentives created by education colleges and teacher preparation programs disrupt graduate program recruiting and enrollment pipelines and perhaps even faculty and staff stability because of the opportunity to change their retirement and employment goals? Extracted Content: Education colleges … [Read more...] about Teacher Education Programs Desperately Seek Students
Written by: Marc Ethier Published by: Poets&Quants 8/23/2022 MBA News Digest Comment: The unhappiness appears to be based on "guesses" and "assumptions." Perhaps a blog post announcement is not the best way to introduce program changes. Extracted Content: On August 1, Northwestern Kellogg School of Management announced major changes to its Evening & Weekend MBA program. Among … [Read more...] about Kellogg Made Big Changes To Its Part-Time MBA. Not Everyone Is Happy About It
Written by: Karin Fischer Published by: The Chronicle of Higher Education 8/12/2022 MBA News Digest Comment: When undergraduate enrollments shrink, there has to be an impact on graduate program enrollments at some point. Is an graduate program enrollment emergency on the horizon given what is happening at the undergraduate level? Extracted Content: Nearly 1.3 million students have disappeared … [Read more...] about The Shrinking of Higher Ed
Written by: Melissa Korn Published by: The Wall Street Journal on 8/9/2022 MBA News Digest Comment: The issues in this article seem to apply to both graduate and undergraduate programs. Extracted Content: Colleges have considered applicants’ race in admission decisions for decades. Starting next year, that could be curtailed or even illegal, depending on the outcome of cases before the Supreme … [Read more...] about Colleges Weigh New Admissions Strategies
Written by: Teresa Watanabe Published by: Los Angeles Times 7/23/2022 MBA News Digest Comment: How will this impact GME recruiting and enrollment pipelines in the long term? Extracted Content: The University of California, facing record surges in applications, could increase seats for California students by as many as 33,000 by 2030 — the equivalent of building a new campus. At least half the … [Read more...] about UC could grow by 33,000 California students, equivalent of new campus, to meet surging demand