New Masters programme focuses on entrepreneurship in practice


Many business school leaders want to help the next generation of entrepreneurs create sustainable, successful companies, and some institutions are even launching specific programmes to do just this. Take the University of Bradford School of Management in the UK as an example, which has just announced it will launch a new MSc Entrepreneurship in Practice.…

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Business schools in discussions at Davos

World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland

Leading business school faculty look to share their insights, advise others and lead important conversations with decision-makers around the world. One of the opportunities to do this is at Davos in Switzerland, where the World Economic Forum holds its annual meeting.  INSEAD, for instance, will once again partner with InTent to lead crucial conversations at…

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Creating an eProfessor


As business school faculty look to utilise technology for the benefit of students, ESSEC Business School Professor Fabrice Cavarretta has developed a new tool at the intersection of AI and pedagogy: an avatar of himself that can answer student questions.  We spoke with Cavarretta – a professor in Management and Entrepreneurship who teaches mainly the…

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Responsible business and sustainability programmes at business schools


Business schools understand the need to contribute to both people and the planet. Schools are implementing new initiatives and launching programmes aligned with the desire for a positive impact now Trinity Business School has announced it will launch a new MSc Responsible Business & Sustainability programme. As the demand for ethical leadership continues to grow,…

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How business schools continue climate action after COP28


The need for concrete climate action has intensified during COP28, but how do business schools continuously contribute their efforts?  Business schools are keen to get involved at COP itself. For instance, the University of Sussex Business School co-hosted a Pavilion showcasing research and insights for economic decision-making in the Arctic, a vast area hugely affected…

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Cross-continental business school partnerships you should know about


In an increasingly interconnected world, educational partnerships across continents have become incredibly valuable for global learning experiences. Business education PR experts Kyle Grizzell and Stephanie Mullins-Wiles from BlueSky Education explore some of the partnerships that could inspire further collaboration in the industry.  From fostering a deeper understanding of global issues and different business approaches to…

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Business schools at COP28


Business school leaders understand the importance of addressing the climate emergency – but only a small proportion get the opportunity to be present at the Conference of the Parties (COP28). The University of Sussex Business School is co-hosting a Pavilion at the Blue Zone of COP28 alongside the JUSTNORTH Project. They are among the few…

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Three business schools create a new Executive Education programme in Sports Business

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Three European business schools, ESSEC Business School, WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management and the Stockholm School of Economics, have announced the creation of the European Sports Business Programme (ESBP), a new business management executive education offering for leaders interested in the European sports industry. The sports industry is becoming more digital and more…

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A new way to enhance the MBA experience


Those responsible for running MBA programmes and ensuring they are as up-to-date and impactful as possible are always looking for the right ideas and partnerships to help make that happen. In this endeavour, Hult International Business School has introduced a new partnership with high-performance coaching and performance psychology organisation Mindflick. The collaboration allows Hult’s full-time…

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