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: Elizabeth Redden Published by: Inside Higher Ed MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Survey finds gains among underrepresented minority students as well as international students. The biggest enrollment increases by field were in mathematics and computer sciences and engineering. Click Here to Read More Via Original Source … [Read more...] about Graduate Enrollment Grew in 2019
Written by: Clare Roth Published by: Bloomberg Businessweek MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Foreign students have been a boon to business schools. The vast majority pay full freight, which can be more than $80,000 annually for a two-year program. International students account for almost half of Columbia’s entering class this year. But the allure of an American business … [Read more...] about U.S. Is No Longer Land of Opportunity for Foreign MBA Students
Written by: E. Velinov, S. I. Ashmarina, and A. S. Zotova Published by: International Scientific and Practical Conference MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: The paper tries to investigate what are the most important skills among MBA students, who are starting transnational entrepreneurship. In the context of globalization, the borders of the world for the professional career of … [Read more...] about Importance of International Entrepreneurship Skills Among MBA Students: Global Comparative Study
Written by: Audrey June Published by: The Chronicle of Higher Education MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: There’s plenty of evidence that higher education is relieved to have its emergency pivot to online learning safely behind it. But a repeat performance of remote instruction in the fall will be happening partially at some institutions, and full scale at others. That means … [Read more...] about In Their Own Words: Here’s What Professors, Chairs, and Deans Learned From Remote Courses This Spring
Written by: Richa Sharma and Navneet Baveja Published by: Journal of Information and Computational Science MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Management Education these days is a very popular choice among today’s youngsters as there lies a thought in the minds of the MBA aspirants that it will be a game changing choice for their career. Although it works if they religiously … [Read more...] about Expectations from MBA programme- A study of students of B schools in Bareilly