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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How the power of human connections can impact business education


In the dynamic world of business education, where technological advancements often take centre stage, the transformative potential of human connections is frequently overlooked. Despite the prevalence of data analytics and digital platforms, the impact of genuine connections between individuals, especially between teachers and students, is undeniable. These connections have the power to reshape the educational…

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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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Defining ‘purpose’ in a business context

purpose days

What role does ‘purpose’ play in business? It’s an important topic for business schools. To explore further, POLIMI Graduate School of Management in Milan is leading a number of initiatives, projects, and events related to ‘purpose’, the school’s recent event, ‘Purpose Days,’ was held at their new Navigli Campus last month in partnership with renowned consulting…

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


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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When sport and business education come together


Many current and retired athletes decide to pursue higher education, including attending business school to enhance their skills and knowledge in the business world. Business education PR experts Kyle Grizzell and Stephanie Mullins-Wiles from BlueSky Education explore where sports and business education come together.  Basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal earned an online MBA from the University…

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Woxsen University’s School of Business Recognised in QS Masters’ Ranking


Woxsen University’s School of Business recently received global recognition for its performance in the QS Masters’ Rankings. The institution and its commitment towards academic excellence, innovation, and research have resulted in remarkable achievements in various disciplines. With this recognition, Woxsen University has established itself as one of the leading business schools globally, attracting students and…

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Second USFQ Sustainable Business Program in Ecuador

sustainable business

In March 2024, the second edition of the Universidad San Francisco de Quito (USFQ) Sustainable Business Program in Ecuador will take you on an educational journey like no other, immersing you in the vibrant city of Quito and the pristine Galapagos Islands. This programme, offered by the Universidad San Franciso de Quito’s Graduate Business School,…

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World’s largest XR immersive learning library for management education and research


INSEAD has become the first business school to launch a comprehensive library of VR Learning Experiences to make management education more impactful and to advance management research. INSEAD XR marks a leap forward in educational technology. It offers a scalable, cost-effective, and user-friendly XR-based solution that elevates the impact of learning by making it engaging…

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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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