Posts Tagged ‘CarringtonCrisp’

Where in the world would you study and why?

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International competition has exploded with business schools across the globe seeking to recruit internationally, technology has brought new competitors to the market delivering to students anywhere, anytime and the demographics of the student market are changing with a shift towards lifelong learners. The latest Business of Branding survey from CarringtonCrisp in cooperation with EFMD continues…

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A new generation of leaders?

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Changing trends in business Masters The market for the Masters in Management and specialist pre-experience Masters is substantial. In the testing year of 2018, GMAC found that 34.3% of its GMAT test takers used their results to apply for a business Masters. In East and South East Asia and Western Europe it was up to…

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Learn to love uncertainty to grow the MBA of the future

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Andrew Crisp draws out key findings from the 2019 Tomorrow’s MBA report For those in the MBA marketplace, learning to love uncertainty has become something of a requirement and is a focus of the newly released Tomorrow’s MBA report from CarringtonCrisp and EFMD. Stories of the MBAs demise abound, but are wide of the mark,…

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Where next for business school rankings?

Rankings, whether you love them or hate them, are undoubtedly a key component of the business education landscape, but could they be better? Amongst business schools, there has been much debate over the years on how the rankings methodology should change. The recent report by the United Nations Global Compact, plus the Financial Times itself…

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It’s time to get flexible and personal to deliver impactful executive education

In the next two years, 51 % of employers are likely to increase their spend on executive education, presenting a great opportunity for business schools. The finding comes from Executive Education Futures, a study conducted by CarringtonCrisp and a group of international business schools, examining market developments in the corporate learning sector. While the market…

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Is technology the new entrepreneurship for MBAs?

In recent years, entrepreneurship has become a popular component in MBA programmes, attracting a growing number of students interested in using their MBA to launch a business or support the growth of their start-up. Things may be changing. The 2018 Tomorrow’s MBA report, published by CarringtonCrisp with support from EFMD, suggests technology may become the…

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Lifestyle or visas, economies or adventure – discover how country brands drive international student recruitment

When it comes to business education, international is almost taken for granted.  The business school that doesn’t have an international student cohort, that doesn’t include international content in its curricula, that doesn’t have international school partners and that doesn’t have international alumni is likely to struggle. So how does a business school build an international…

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The most popular destinations for international business students

Brand USA and UK are most popular destinations for international business students The USA and the UK remain the two most popular destinations for international business students, reveals the latest edition of the Business of Branding study by CarringtonCrisp in association with EFMD. In the study, conducted amongst 1,211 students from 74 different countries, the USA…

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Interest in MBAs Declines as Students Opt for Masters Programmes

Increasing numbers of students are considering other business Masters over the MBA qualification, according to the latest edition of the Tomorrow’s Masters Study by CarringtonCrisp, in association with EFMD. In the study of over 1,000 prospective students from more than 100 countries, two-thirds (67%) agreed that they are considering a Masters rather than an MBA…

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