The MBA market

How can online MBAs work in practice?

An Interview with Prof. Ignacio Gafo of IE Business School and Alumni Matthew Turner

Online MBAs have come of age in recent years. IE Business School in Spain has established itself as a leader in the field over recent year. In this year’s ranking of online MBA programmes by the Financial Times, the school achieved the highest ranking worldwide. According to FT, IE Business School’s “Global MBA Blended” programme took the top spot for the international mobility of its participants and their international diversity. Its programme came in third place for both the average salary of its alumni three years after graduation ($136,000) and the salary increase since graduation (42 per cent)...

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MOOCs – a threat to full-time MBA programmes?

Interview with Christian Terwiesch

Prior to the 21st century, education was predominantly delivered via live performances. Internet communication fundamentally altered the way business schools, schools and universities worldwide teach their students. The emergence of Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs) for example has opened up business education to a broad audience that might otherwise not be able to afford it. Business schools have graciously shared their knowledge. ...


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MBA degree still pays off financially

According to recently published research from career-finding platform Relish, the MBA still guarantees an increased salary after completion. Some candidates reported an increase of...

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UK business schools see strong international demand despite Brexit

Most business school candidates agree that Brexit has no impact on their decision to study in the United Kingdom according to data from the Graduate Management Admission Council...

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MBA and a master's in finance in comparison

There is some debate about the value of an MBA in comparison to a master's in finance and it is fair to say that there is little consensus in what might be the better degree option...

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Entrepreneurs from just twelve top MBAs founded 5,505 companies

There’s still debate in the media and amongst business people, if MBAs really make good entrepreneurs. The Financial Times (FT) has now presented proof that a significant number of...

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Trump effect in US MBA applications

2017 saw most US-business schools with declining applications and 2018 hasn't delivered any improvement. Even the top schools have to contend with a decrease of interested...

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MBA teaching materials feature mostly men

MBA students mostly learn through case studies, but these case studies lack female leaders. Out of 53 cases held by the Case Centre, the world’s largest independent archive of...

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MBA employment survey: MBA graduates report high starting salaries

A large and growing number of MBA graduates - 46 per cent - are fielding employment offers with starting salaries of at least 125,000 US dollars per year, according to the tenth...

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MBA courses warm to the topic of digital security

Data leaks and cyber attacks – digital security becomes an increasingly important part of corporate life. Business schools are now responding to this need and have started to offer...

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Business schools make the best of UK’s apprenticeship levy

A new UK policy forces businesses with annual wage bills of three million Pounds and more to provide finances for staff training. Many business schools in the UK are now...

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Corporate MBA programmes could save money

20 employees from Telus, Canada’s fastest-growing national telecommunications company, have just graduated from their own corporate MBA programme. With a university partner...

 

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