Check out Access MBA’s FAQs on business school rankings. They are especially useful for MBA candidates who try to determine which schools to apply to.
Recruiting trends show that many MBA students tend to be targeted by companies in early hiring rounds long before their graduation.
Find out why MBA specialisations are attractive to employers.
Read why the top 10 MBA degrees may not be on your shortlist.
Fewer classes, more opportunities.
If you are asking yourself: “Does it matter where you get your MBA,” check out how school location may facilitate career opportunities.
Get familiar with the Bologna Accord and how schools are gearing up for more international MBA students and greater competition throughout Europe.
There are many types of MBA programmes. Learn about the full-time MBA, the part-time MBA, the EMBA, and the opportunities for distance learning.
Each year about 5% of business school graduates globally plan to pursue an entrepreneurial career.
One-year vs two-year MBA? Read about the differences between the two types of programmes, the American and the European degrees, and their scope.
Check out this overview of the major European MBA rankings which may also help you decide how to approach different publications.
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Get acquainted with the options for doing an MBA in France and why it continues to be an attractive destination for business education.
Understand why studying in Asia is becoming a desirable and economically viable alternative to the European and the American MBA.
Read some success stories of women with MBA degrees and find out which countries have the most women in high positions.
Find exhaustive information about online MBA programmes: their length, their admission criteria, curriculum, and fees.
Get advice on how to choose the right MBA programme for you in terms of specialisation, ROI, rankings, location, network, and career opportunities.
The demand for business leaders is closely tied to the nature of the economy. The more developed it is, the greater the need for educated and skilled managers.
Employers are more open to MBA sponsorship and tuition assistance.
Read the opinion of an experienced education and admissions specialist.