New PhD scholarship to elevate African research at the global level

Henley Business School

Henley Business School in the UK is offering 18 fully-funded scholarships – one of which will align with research focus areas of Henley Business School Africa – allowing African candidates to pursue doctoral studies in the UK at one of the world’s top-ranked business schools. Henley Business School, a global institution with campuses in the…

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Creating mobility visits with impact

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Dive into the transformative world of international mobility with Manchester Metropolitan University and the American University in Cairo School of Business. The BSIS team is pleased to see how effective impact assessment can be across continents for two high-profile members of the Business School Impact System (BSIS) community, who have collaborated to amplify their educational…

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Creating an eProfessor

AI

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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Online education that breaks paradigms

online education

Thinking that online education is bad by default is an outdated prejudice that may well reduce our opportunities for professional development and employability. This is demonstrated by the findings of the recent study carried out by ISIL – San Ignacio de Loyola Institute (Lima, Peru) on the competitiveness of Peruvian professionals with online studies. One…

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A new way to enhance the MBA experience

MBA

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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New digital hub for research and thought leadership

RSM Discovery

RSM Discovery, the knowledge hub for thought leadership at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, has been relaunched in a new and expanded format to coincide with the UN’s World Science Day. With the aim to help business and academia to better understand how research can be used to drive stronger performance and success, this…

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Investment and training in AI

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Investing in and training for artificial intelligence (AI) is a prominent trend in business and beyond. Recent economic news, particularly from the Future Talent Council’s Global Advisory Board on Curriculum Innovation, highlights companies’ significant investments in developing proprietary generative AI models and extensive training programs. These efforts aim to upskill their workforce, outpacing competitors rapidly.…

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Employers split on the value of online versus in-person degrees

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Many business schools offer both virtual and in-person education – but what how do employers view the graduates of each option? A new survey by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) reveals that 54% of employers consider graduates of online and in-person programmes to be equally valuable. However, the survey also finds that those who…

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Reimagining the MBA to be more customisable, digital, entrepreneurial and responsible

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Business schools have a responsibility to reflect the needs of today and anticipate the needs of tomorrow. Business education PR expert Stephanie Mullins-Wiles from BlueSky Education explores how one business school has just done this by updating its MBA. ESSEC Business School has recently unveiled the redesign of its Global MBA programme. This remodelled programme,…

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