Posts Tagged ‘MBA’
INSEAD’s renewed MBA curriculum leads the way in equipping future business leaders with skills to integrate social and environmental issues into decisions
INSEAD, the business school for the world, has announced the completion of its MBA curriculum review. The renewed MBA curriculum will embed sustainability into all 14 core courses and introduce a mandatory capstone challenging students to integrate sustainability learnings across all management areas. INSEAD prides itself on continuous innovation. By strengthening its flagship programme’s focus…Read More
What’s the difference between a PhD and a DBA at business school?
The MBA is incredibly well-known throughout the business school world. Even those who haven’t worked in or studied business education might have heard references to celebrities or well-known business figures embarking on an MBA to further their business acumen. Yet, most people don’t seem to realise that becoming a Doctor in Business Administration is a…Read More
Business and war: Business lessons learned from the war in Ukraine
KSE Graduate Business School, Kyiv, is launching a new international programme, Business and War, to share the experience Ukrainian business is living through right now due to war. The program will cover the peculiarities of business management in conditions of unpredictability and leading processes and organizations in complex adverse conditions. It will be aimed at…Read More
Picking a specialised Master’s degree at business school rather than an MBA
MBAs have often been considered as the linchpin of a business school. PR experts Stephanie Mullins and Peter Remon from specialist public relations consultancy BlueSky Education explore how MBA programmes have been seen as some schools’ most attractive offering and regularly branded as the top choice programme undertaken by an aspiring leader. But is the attitude…Read More
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,…Read More
Entrepreneurship in Europe from KSE Graduate Business School
KSE Business School is a Ukrainian business school that focuses on assisting in Ukraine’s economic recovery by: Uniting government, business, associations, and universities. Supporting Ukrainian business local and abroad. Striving to preserve Ukrainian human capital during the war and develop Ukraine’s business environment post-war. Problems to solve by this project: Renewal of professional activity by…Read More
Eleven innovative business school scholarships
With many business schools keen to widen participation, communications experts Stephanie Mullins and Peter Remon from specialist business education PR consultancy BlueSky Education explore some of the most diverse scholarships offered in the industry. Business education can be a significant investment of both time and money – and business schools don’t want that to deter candidates. With this in mind,…Read More
What do specialised MBA programmes look like today?
MBAs remain the flagship programme at most business schools; now, Associate Director Stephanie Mullins and colleague Kyle Grizzell at specialist business education PR consultancy BlueSky Education explore what can happen when you specialise the MBA using industry examples. The Master’s in Business Administration – the recognisable MBA – has been the postgraduate degree most heavily associated with business schools…Read More
New normal – new balances: Is there a way back to offline MBA programmes?
Lomonosov Moscow State University from Russia was one of the virtual EOCCS certified co-hosts at the fifth EOCCS Learning Community Symposium, which took place on 23 and 24 of September 2021. During our block of presentations, we discussed our experience of the transition to online teaching forced by the pandemic restrictions at classical MBA programmes.…Read More
Designing the MBA journey
By Andrew Dalik and Ewa Maciejewski from the University St. Gallen, the 2021 EFMD MBA Conference Chairs The 2021 EFMD MBA Conference was designed with the following takeaways in mind: 1. Role model conversations that people can have cross-departmentally 2. Offer concrete examples, experiments and best practices 3. Equip people with a toolkit of questions…Read More