In a world defined by uncertainty, is it still worth it to embark on an MBA degree?
What, who, and how: changes in business education
Trips, MBA boot camps, guest speakers. The MBA is much more than the academic curriculum.
A list of the most popular reads on MBA-related topics published throughout the year.
The MBA gives you choice.
Business schools have a vested interest in recruiting the best students for their programmes.
Unify your physical and digital identities in your pursuit of a top MBA programme.
MBA core courses are designed to equip students with fundamental business knowledge and skills essential for success in today's business landscape.
There is an ongoing debate about whether academics are capable of teaching leadership and entrepreneurship.
Hands-on MBA programmes respond to the consequences of the economic crisis by ensuring integration between classroom knowledge and real business’ needs.
Aspiring managers who want to deepen their knowledge and hone their skills without disrupting their careers can opt for a variety of part-time learning MBA…
Applications to business schools in 2009 were strongest for one-year full-time MBA programmes, with 7 in 10 receiving more applications than they did the year…
The MBA job market has improved and the number of companies planning to hire MBA graduates increased across all industries in both 2010 and 2011.
The Scandinavian countries are home to reputable business schools offering unique MBA programmes.
Check out this rundown of the ten essential facts about the MBA degree, from different formats through salaries to employment prospects.
The specialised MBA’s added value is the provision of in-depth industry knowledge.
The MBA investment remains the ultimate tool for boosting one's career prospects.
The MBA ROI is one of the most important factors for prospective students and the numbers show that the degree is worth the investment.
Find out what the MBA degree can and can't do for you. It can help you climb the career ladder, but there also some limitations.
The business degree goes beyond MBA salary and ROI – it is about talent and value.