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M&A success depends on what comes next but companies take very different views
Employers and students alike seek a greater focus on teaching responsible business
High-flyer and investor April Underwood is determined to close the chasm in ownership
Adaptability, international cohorts and faculty, and lower costs help European business education programmes stand out??
Student demand for choice offered by European business schools stays strong
Chinese institutions expand in Europe and offer short courses to help companies do the same
Demand for courses in Asia and Europe holds up in contrast to a tougher climate in America
Commitment to environmental, social and governance matters is high in business school curriculums in the region
Campus expansion in Europe often has to accommodate history and nature
A dispersed workforce gives rise to a variety of data management challenges
Interviews with students who decided to move to pursue their business degrees
As applications for the two-year degree fall, content and teaching methods are being updated — but is it too little, too late?
Your question for our expert — and readers’ advice
Taking part-time courses can improve your work life and revive academic aspirations
Israeli tech start-up offers courses at fraction of cost of business schools
Many prestigious schools will accept students who have not gained a first degree
Call for rules to be tightened to stop financing of rebadged MBAs and low-skilled training
Two years after its launch, half of the companies covered by the scheme have yet to spend anything
A team of psychiatrists, neuropsychologists and coaches help prepare students better for the workplace
Europe’s leading schools across the FT’s five main rankings of business education programmes
The French institution overtakes London Business School in the latest tables
Cass Business School unfazed by student’s unconventional profile
HEC business school’s research proves that women deliver better deals
In an era of globalised tastes, why has the South American nation’s favourite brew, not travelled?
European business schools’ efforts to attract international students pay off
How a business education helped a Palestinian fulfil her ambition to work for the UN
Shrinking subsidies mean some institutions are courting private investors, raising fears about the implications for teaching and research
Using play in the classroom can help take the anxiety out of stressful scenarios
Priests head to the Vatican for classes in leadership skills that embody church values
DJ Kim says the course helped her to see the real value of people on her team
Previous students reflect on how the programme influenced their career prospects
Corporate backed start-ups had many advantages but they stirred up too much envy at parent company
Multi-campus courses expose students to different markets, but travelling takes a toll on workload and bank balance
The range of skills and experience such programmes provide make them a popular choice
Successful university incubators forge links across disciplines
While there is an overlap between the two programmes, the courses offer different opportunities for learning