Discussing the positive impact of education with EHL Hospitality Business School’s Ines Blal

EHL Hospitality Business School

Exploring proud moments and challenging situations, Dr Ines Blal, the Executive Dean and Managing Director of EHL Hospitality Business School, sits down to discuss further with Stephanie Mullins, Director of specialist business education PR consultancy BlueSky Education. Dr Blal’s research and consulting often focuses on the financing possibilities for small and medium hotels, and the…

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Columbia University, ESSEC Business School and CentraleSupélec join forces with new dual degree programme

new dual degree programme

Prestigious institutions Columbia University, ESSEC Business School and CentraleSupélec have launched a dual degree programme in the areas of business analytics and data science. The launch of this partnership comes at a time when digital skills have never been more important: with information technology, mass data processing, and artificial intelligence presenting both opportunities and challenges…

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Study law… at business school

Study law… at business school

When deciding where you want to study certain subjects, it’s usually indicative of the name of the institution. Want to study medicine? Go to medical school. For law, it would be law school. And business schools educate individuals on all things – you guessed it – business. But sometimes, worlds collide, and interdisciplinary expertise is…

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Identifying innovative learning experiences at business schools

Identifying innovative learning experiences at business schools

Today, the business school classroom goes far beyond the lecture hall and face-to-face interaction between student and teacher. Accelerated since the global health crisis, there is no doubt that business school classrooms have become increasingly innovative in recent years. Business school PR experts Stephanie Mullins and Olivia Nieberg from BlueSky Education take a look at…

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How business schools bolster the healthcare sector

picture of hospital

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, the difficulties and challenges global healthcare systems face have become more evident. Some business schools are addressing these challenges by offering business and management education aimed specifically at those working within the healthcare sector. Specialist PR consultants Stephanie Mullins and Kyle Grizzell from specialist public relations consultancy BlueSky…

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It’s time that African business schools stopped sitting on the side-lines

African business schools white paper

New research from Henley Business School Africa shows consensus among African business school deans that it’s time for business schools to step into a more activist leadership role – pushing for continental collaboration and change. There is no limit to the areas in which African business schools can widen their footprint, believes Jonathan Foster-Pedley, dean…

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Why stewardship is now at the forefront of business education

stewardship in education

Business schools play an important role in educating the leaders of our future, in fact, they are perfectly positioned to influence issues like sustainability. Business education PR experts Stephanie Mullins and Kate Mowbray from specialist consultancy BlueSky Education take a closer look at how graduates should become “stewards of the future of humanity and the earth”. …

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Why research for publication needs to become research for impact, with ESCP Business School’s Kamran Razmdoost

Kamran Razmdoost, Dean on research and publication

Kamran Razmdoost, Dean of ESCP Business School’s London Campus, asks whether it’s time to change our culture around research… here’s what he has to say: Business and management academics invest a big portion of their time and business schools’ money to do research and publish their findings. They publish thousands of articles every year in…

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