Get familiar with the Bologna Accord and how schools are gearing up for more international MBA students and greater competition throughout Europe.
Follow the latest and most significant trends in the world of business education. Popular MBA programmes and formats, preferred destinations, and digital transformations in learning are just some of the topics covered in this section.
Learn how leading international business schools embrace innovation. New courses on technology, ethics, and entrepreneurship are becoming an essential part of the MBA experience. Distance learning options are growing in popularity. Entrepreneurship continues to be of great interest to many MBA participants.
Get to know the destinations that attract the most business school applicants and understand what makes them a top choice.
Get acquainted with the options for doing an MBA in France and why it continues to be an attractive destination for business education.
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.
Check out the five advantages many American students think of when choosing to enrol in a European MBA programme.
“Economic growth in the Middle East and Africa is expected to grow twice as fast as advanced economies for the next five years.” This said Alex…
What are the overall trends in the MBA market? The number of GMAT tests administered worldwide? Gender breakdowns? Student Mobility?
The need for more women MBA holders makes another strong case for business education.
The digital economy and the importance of social media presence are a tangible reality.
Demand for trained executives and managers is strong.
Learn about reforms to UK’s visa policy for students and how they affect foreign MBA applicants wishing to study and work in the UK.
As a prospective MBA applicant you must be careful of what you post, comment and share.
Learn about the UK new visa policy for students and how it affects foreign MBA applicants wishing to study and work in the UK.