Written by: Patrick Thomas Published by: The Wall Street Journal MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: With fewer international students entering many of the top M.B.A. programs in the U.S. this fall, some of their overseas competitors are getting a boost. International M.B.A. programs, especially those in Europe and Canada, are seeing an increase in interest from prospective … [Read more...] about International M.B.A. Students Look for Alternatives to U.S.
Written by: Marco De Novellis Published by: AACSB Blog MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: While it's clear there will be no abrupt end to the pandemic, a picture of a more agile and collaborative future business school is already taking shape. After the global outbreak of the coronavirus, business school students who’d invested thousands of dollars in full-time experiences … [Read more...] about What Will Business Schools Look Like After COVID-19?
Written by: Marc Ethier Published by: Poets&Quants MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: We may look back on these months of upheaval as the beginning of a new era: the time of the disruptors. That’s the conclusion of a major new study released today (May 13) that reinforces the view — admittedly not new — that traditional graduate business education is rapidly ceding ground to … [Read more...] about Big Impact: Coronavirus To Hasten The Rise Of MBA ‘Alternatives’
Written by: Jonathan Moules Published by: Financial Times MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Responsible and ethical leadership is a critical issue for MBA students, according to Tomorrow’s MBA, an annual survey by education market research consultancy CarringtonCrisp. In its latest study, of 600 prospective business school students, 70 per cent named ethical leadership as … [Read more...] about Teaching sustainability: how MBAs are combining mainstream with green-stream
Content written by Jeremy Hazelehurst and published by Poets & Quants. MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: New research by CarringtonCrisp, an education consultancy, shows that the course which prospective MBA students deem “most valuable” is Business and Financial Environment. Thirty-nine percent of respondents to the annual survey — conducted this year between November … [Read more...] about MBAs Say This Is The Most Valuable Course In Business School
Content written by Andrew Crisp and Mark Miller and published by BizEd. MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: BUSINESS SCHOOLS MUST TAKE A NEW LOOK AT THE MBA DEGREE, WHOSE STRONG PAST PERFORMANCE IS ABSOLUTELY NO GUARANTEE OF ITS FUTURE SUCCESS. Click Here to Read More Via Original Source Click Title Above & Login to Leave a Comment … [Read more...] about Imagining a New MBA