Challenging a traditional view of markets with Professor Ramesh Rao

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Many business school professors dream of their research challenging convention, finding something against the norm or totally new. We spoke with Ramesh K.S. Rao, the McDermott Centennial Professor of Banking and Finance at the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin, to find out more about how his research could challenge conventional…

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Business school aspirants share four drivers for graduate management education

GMAC Prospective Students Survey

Prospective business school students aim to upgrade their skills while approaching their study, work—and life—with a purpose, according to an annual survey conducted and recently published by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). With more than 15 years of survey responses representing all world regions, the GMAC Prospective Students Survey has provided the world’s graduate business schools…

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Employers & Business Schools: Take part in the 2024 GMAC Corporate Recruiters Survey

GMAC Corporate Recruiter's Survey

Registration is now open for the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) 23rd Corporate Recruiters Survey. EFMD Global has partnered with GMAC, MBA Career Services & Employer Alliance (MBA CSEA) and business schools around the world to bring you the 23rd Corporate Recruiters Survey. This annual survey of business schools and corporate recruiters examines talent acquisition strategies,…

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Business Studies in Europe: Where do students rate their programmes highest?

European business school student satisfaction

When choosing the right university for Business and Management studies in Europe, the options are vast. However, EDUopinions has simplified the process of making informed decisions by offering a comprehensive overview of student satisfaction across five major European countries. Fortunately, the EDUopinions informational graph, fuelled by thousands of verified student reviews, offers a comprehensive view…

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Online education that breaks paradigms

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Thinking that online education is bad by default is an outdated prejudice that may well reduce our opportunities for professional development and employability.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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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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US the only ‘Big Four’ destination to score above average for student satisfaction

Global Student Satisfaction Report

The US is the only ‘Big Four’ student destination country to score above the global average in terms of student satisfaction. This is according to the world’s most comprehensive university satisfaction survey from Studyportals, Unibuddy and the British Council IELTS. The Global Student Satisfaction Awards is the only global  programme which recognises the best universities from the…

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Global study forecasts growth and hybrid delivery mode for DBA market

DBA market

In the rapidly evolving landscape of higher education and business management, doctoral programmes are continuously adapting to meet the demands of the ever-changing corporate world. Among these programmes, the Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) has emerged as a significant candidate, poised to reshape the future of business education. A new report, “The Future of DBA Market:…

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ABIS call for papers: “Navigating Multiple Transitions”

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ABIS – The Academy of Business in Society cordially invites you to participate in its upcoming 22nd Annual Colloquium, “Navigating Multiple Transitions”. The event will take place on 14-15 November 2023 at our partner institution Kozminsky University in Warsaw, Poland. We welcome high-quality submissions that contribute to the advancement of our knowledge on the topics outlined below. The…

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