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?
Here are a few tips on how to, and how not to use LinkedIn.
Businesses demand hard skills from MBA graduates.
Great minds think alike - collective minds succeed together. How important is building a quality alumni network?
Students can obtain an MBA degree in the East or the West. They are not limited by location, but are able to enhance their international experience.
Getting an MBA is no longer a means to a stellar corporate career alone.
An MBA degree and a healthy paycheck go hand in hand.
Getting an MBA while working is tough. Combining management-level MBA education with management-level work is even harder. And yet, there is a way.
If you are looking to start your own business, pay attention to the insights shared by this panel of experts and experienced entrepreneurs.
Which are the top industries for MBA degree holders? Here is a list of the sectors that attracted the greatest number of MBA grads in 2013.
The MBA is not only able to help you reach the next rung in the career ladder but it could also make changing careers a desirable and feasible option.
Recruiting trends show that many MBA students tend to be targeted by companies in early hiring rounds long before their graduation.
Each year about 5% of business school graduates globally plan to pursue an entrepreneurial career.
Read some success stories of women with MBA degrees and find out which countries have the most women in high positions.
Ana Herranz, Director of Career Education at IE Business School, shares some career tips and points to the skills MBA graduates need to hone.
If you want to join the ranks of those who have successfully made a career switch, getting an MBA is one of the smartest ways to do that.
A businessman, a professor, an author, and a newly minted MBA graduate give their views on whether business schools can teach you good management.
Read an insightful interview with Mr Chet Borucki, Dean of Graduate School of International Management at International University of Japan.