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)...


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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Artificial intelligence tools give MBA students interview feedback

New artificial intelligence (AI) tools help MBA students prepare for job interviews. The feedback tool unites proprietary analytics with expert analysis to give each student...

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What makes a business school attractive to women?

Gender balance in business schools is steadily improving, but we are still not looking at an equal playing ground for women. The Financial Times has analysed the reasons behind...

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Advice on how to get the most out of an MBA programme

What advice do MBA graduates from top business schools have for prospective MBA students? This question was asked on the knowledge platform Quora and even made it into a Forbes...

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Executive MBA versus MBA

At a certain age and with a certain experience and position, an Executive MBA is an option to develop a career further as is the traditional MBA. The London School of Business &...

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Alibaba has started to hire MBAs, too

Alibaba is China's Ebay, Alibaba's payment system Alipay its Paypal. Founder Jack Ma brought e-commerce to everyone. When it comes to hiring senior executives, though, his company...

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UT advice: International programmes that enhance careers

The University of Texas at Austin has published advice on which international programmes will advance MBA students' career outlook. Amongst them are programmes in Australia,...

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Spotlight on the South Korean MBA

South Korea doesn’t sound like the obvious option for MBA students, but business schools see considerable interest from international students with 30 per cent of students coming...

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Stanford graduates the most satisfied

Graduates from Stanford Graduate School of Business are the happiest after graduation according to a recent Forbes survey. The magazine’s analysis of alumni found that despite...

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Economist ranking: US-schools dominate over European schools

The Economist is well known for rankings that come with a twist. The 2017 full time MBA ranking is no exception, with Northwestern Kellogg being the new winner and 27 schools...

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More women take up EMBA programmes

The Executive MBA Council (EMBAC) reports that almost a third of Executive MBA students are now women, a number which has increased annually over a six-year period. According to...


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