Make an impact in corporate and startup ecosystems with a sound understanding of business management.
The MBA enhances the pool of career opportunities for the changing business world.
Great ideas are born in the MBA classroom. Business schools help professionals bring them to life.
Teamwork, problem-solving, or an analytical mind – what are the most important attributes to have?
Explore some of the less common, but equally attractive post-MBA career options.
Universities have modified their MBA programmes to include activities that confront participants with real-world business challenges.
Read more about the benefits of volunteering on your own career, your B-school experience, and even your personal growth.
You want to dive into tech and finance in Europe right after your MBA graduation? See which MBA programmes are best for you?
The Alumni Perspectives Survey reconfirms a well known fact - MBA graduates are among the highest paid graduates.
Measuring ROI can help you find the right MBA programme, but the metric does not reflect the true quality of the degree.
MBA-Exchange.com provides comprehensive career services for the students and alumni from the top business schools, while helping companies target and recruit…
Learn why networking is important - it can help you start your own business and climb the career ladder.
A conversation with Anand David, Joint Global Head of Campus Recruiting for UBS Investment Bank in New York.
According to employers, the biggest problem is with MBA graduates’ interpersonal skills.
The MBA networking is one of the most important aspects of your study experience. Use your network wisely and gain access to a wealth of opportunities!
An MBA graduate talks about his decision to pursue an MBA degree as a bridge between business and technology careers.
How an EMBA programme took an aspiring corporate manager on an entirely different professional path.
It's all about developing hard and soft skills, leadership potential, and professional networks.
Numbers show that MBA graduates are desired by employers.
It's common knowledge that of all industry sectors, Finance, Management, and Marketing are the most fertile ground for MBA careers. Is this really true?