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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Business school expansions boom

business school expansion

At a glance, business schools might seem like stationary entities. From a distance, it might seem that these institutions rarely change, let alone grow. Upon closer inspection, however, business schools are, quite frankly, some of the fastest-evolving organisations out there. Business education PR experts Stephanie Mullins and Jonny Stone from specialist communications consultancy BlueSky Education take a…

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Lockdowns might be history but online MBAs are here to stay

COVID-19 closed classrooms but applicants kept studying on and applying to MBA courses, prompting business schools to further develop their capacity for online teaching. Associate Director Stephanie Mullins and colleague Jamie Hose from specialist business education PR consultancy BlueSky Education explore eight business schools and their online or hybrid MBA programmes. Before the pandemic struck,…

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Are virtual campuses the future of business education?

virtual campus

As advances in technology continue to impact our lives, Associate Director Stephanie Mullins and colleague Luke Kerin at specialist business education PR consultancy BlueSky Education explore three examples of how business schools have embraced technology when it comes to their campuses. The way people live their lives has changed drastically. Even without the impact of COVID-19, people were shifting towards technology…

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AMDISA publishes e-books on the COVID-19 pandemic

AMDISA e-books

The Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA) is a network of Management Education and Management Development Institutions in South Asia.  As one of its initiatives, AMDISA has produced a series of three e-books collating responses to themes and issues posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The first e-book was published in June 2020…

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COVID-19 – a shot in the arm for digital strategy in Higher Education?

COVID-19 and digital learning

Some of us, untouched by the personal tragedy at this time, may be forgiven for seeing the COVID-19 pandemic as a huge opportunity – an opportunity for boosting digital learning in Higher Education. Whether through existing strategy or changed direction, brought about by the sudden need to deliver teaching and assessments remotely, many Universities are…

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Why 2021 is a good time for an MBA

Vaccines are being rolled out but the economy still needs time to recover, so is this prime time to head to business school? Associate Director Stephanie Mullins and colleague Kyle Grizzell at specialist business education PR consultancy BlueSky Education speak to experts and discuss further. Now much of the business education sector has come to…

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Business schools’ impact during the COVID-19 pandemic

Business school impact report

Four in five business schools are confident that they have sustained or increased their impact during the pandemic The latest EFMD report, The Impact of the COVID-19 Crisis on Business Schools, analyses the pandemic’s impact on business schools’ internal and external environments. Published in collaboration with survey software Le Sphinx, the report sheds light on…

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Business education takeaways from 2020

What has 2020 taught us? Associate Director Stephanie Mullins and colleague Jonny Stone at specialist business education PR consultancy BlueSky Education discuss. As the year comes to a close, it would be appropriate to say that 2020 has been challenging to say least. For many, this year will forever be remembered for one thing – COVID-19. The pandemic…

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