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French school jumps from sixth place to first among institutions offering the part-time degrees
While there is an overlap between the two programmes, the courses offer different opportunities for learning
Singer Lauren Henderson’s course has helped her navigate the music industry and develop other artists business acumen
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The trend for promoting ‘belonging’ risks doing a disservice to the truly public-spirited
Many tools and principles are ‘industry-agnostic’, executives just need to be able to deploy them
High fees and a lack of employer sponsorship means students are having to tap new sources of finance
Singapore and other cities stand to pick up top faculty and students
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Regional growth in MBA applications defies declining global trend
Traditional structures under strain as cash-rich companies in Japan look abroad for growth
Rising demand from students for MiMs and contemporary subjects from data analysis to ethics mean schools must adapt
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
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Domestic interest in India’s business schools is strong
India is the biggest source of international students on MBAs
Business schools in Asia might be younger than their American and European counterparts, but they are establishing themselves quickly. This report looks at the challenges and opportunities facing institutions in the region.
A new scheme brings law students to the UK for legal and leadership training
Increased female take-up comes as demand for qualification in US fell for fifth straight year
Number of students enrolling in the course set to hit record this year
In a rapidly changing sector it can be hard for institutions to recruit new deans
Mafalda Rebord?o balances a MiM in Lisbon with an internship at Google
Students and graduates share the lessons of their degree
Expert, tailored advice can help translate a masters in management into the perfect role
Théo Scubla enlisted ESCP classmates to prepare migrants to find jobs — and created a thriving business
Can a mock UN negotiation really prepare masters in management students to help save the world?
More students are being drawn to social purpose and business ethics, which is being reflected in teaching provision
European schools dominate this popular degree?
As demand grows for masters in management, candidates must stand out. So what do admissions teams look for?
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