Written by: Beth McMurtrie Published by: The Chronicle of Higher Education MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Higher education has been granted good will these past couple of months by students and their families. But as with an unhappy marriage, everyone involved agrees that the patched-together system of awkward Zoom classes, glitchy technology, and uncertain expectations, … [Read more...] about Are Colleges Ready for a Different Kind of Teaching This Fall?
LEBANON – McKendree University has recently entered in a partnership with the Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois to offer online degree programs at a discounted price to all employees. All interested employees, including cookie managers and leaders, can now pursue an online BBA degree, online MBA degree, and many others at a 10 percent tuition discount. Formed in 2009, the Girl Scouts of Southern … [Read more...] about McKendree University partners with Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois to offer online degree discounts to employees
Manchester Business School (MBS) is offering part-time MBA candidates additional incentives to join the region's part-time MBA community, as part of its 10th anniversary celebrations in the Middle East. MBS is currently offering a special early application reduction in tuition fees, alongside a new and exclusive education loan finance offer in conjunction with the National Bank of Fujairah, … [Read more...] about MBS offers part-time MBA candidates reduced fees
11/20/14 Highly regarded institutions across the U.S. are increasingly providing deep MBA discounts as they fight ferociously over the most talented applicants. (Poets&Quants) — “Discount MBA degrees. Get ‘em while they’re cheap!” It’s not a sign you’ll see hanging from any respectable business school, but highly regarded institutions across the U.S. are increasingly providing deep MBA … [Read more...] about The MBA scholarship wars