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News and guidance on MBA education during Covid-19 pandemic
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The new coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic is challenging every aspect of our lives today globally.
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Some students in graduate programmes involving “practical components” will resume in-person courses as part of a phased return.
There’s no better time to start an MBA.
What does the future of this sector look like?
The MBA can turn you into a hot pick in a post-pandemic world.
A range of online options are now available.
Yet another exam with an at-home version.
There are enough options at applicants’ disposal to avoid putting their career progress on hold.
Find insight from students and university staff on how current online experiences can reshape education.
Are business schools going to stick to online instruction?
The test is designed to support students during the Covid-19 situation.
Bonus: How can employers support working parents?
Appointments for test dates are available as early as 20 April.
Business schools are often viewed as a haven from a difficult job market.
Testing at home in response to Covid-19.
Making the right impression during your online video calls is easy.
Ensuring a relatively smooth admission process in unusual circumstances.
Students affected by coronavirus-related test centre closures can now take the GRE at home.
At-home testing options expected by mid-April due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Adapting to the new reality.