Written by: Patrick ThomasPublished by: The Wall Street Journal MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: As people look for inventive ways to ride out the coronavirus-induced economic downturn, some are angling to go back to business school. We asked four experts to explain when it makes sense to invest the time and money required to earn a traditional, two-year masters of … [Read more...] about Do You Need to Get an M.B.A.?
Content written by Stacy Blackman and published by BusinessBecause. MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: That’s according to a study from Stacy Blackman Consulting. It says MBA applicants consider US business schools stronger in terms of reputation, recruiting, and networking too. Click Here to Read More Via Original Source … [Read more...] about MBA Applicants Say Career Opportunities Are Better At US Business Schools Than In Europe
Content written by Varuni Khosla and Sreeradha Dasgupta Basu and published by The Economic Times. Extracted Content: NEW DELHI | MUMBAI: Business education — much like business itself — appears to have become a family pursuit for an increasing number of young Indian couples. A private equity professional became an eleventh-hour MBA applicant last year, desperately reaching out to … [Read more...] about Couples applying to top B-schools together for financial, visa-related convenience to fulfil MBA dreams
This past week, GMAC Research Services released the 2016 mba.com Prospective Students Survey Report, which analyzes the motivations, career goals, school selection criteria, and program choices of more than 10,000 recent mba.com registrants. Conducted annually, the study aims to provide relevant, timely, and actionable information about the prospective student pipeline to help schools better … [Read more...] about GMAC Research Sheds Light on the Next Generation of Business School Applicants
Abstract The attempt is made in this study to identify students’ motives and reasons behind enrolling in a MBA program offered by universities operating in Kuwait. It also explores criterion used to select the program. To achieve these objectives, data were collected through a well-designed and structured questionnaire and pre-testing was carried out to examine the efficiency of the instrument. … [Read more...] about Factors Affecting Students’ Choice for MBA Program in Kuwait Universities
The prophets of doom are circling above the b-school landscape, some gleefully predicting the end of their amazing 40 year run of popularity and influence, and others more solemnly anxious about what their future may be. While their specific concerns may vary, the prophets all see significant disruption in the world of higher education in general and the world of business education in particular. … [Read more...] about Soapbox: Why business schools are running in place?