MBA recruitment

Global banking recruiters return to campus

Amid economic optimism, graduate hiring varies in key cities

Is a financial analyst job right for you?

Two former investment bankers at NYU Stern share their advice to the next generation of associates

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LEIPZIG, GERMANY - AUGUST 30: Graduates in gown and caps celebrate their graduation at the HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management on August 30, 2014 in Leipzig, Germany. A total of 167 students in various Masters programs of business management graduated today, including the regular MBA program, whose students are 80% from foreign countries, while the more advanced graduate programs have a higher percentage of German-born students. (Photo by Jens Schlueter/Getty Images) ©Getty
MBA jobs and salaries on the rise in 2015, according to GMAC
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young businessman looking to drawing business strategy on wall

MBA by numbers: Top for entrepreneurship

FT data reveal the best courses for budding founders

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MBA Jobs Clinic

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How to build a positive online reputation

Create a blog and write about trends in your targeted industry

How to prepare for informal interviews

Talk to people who have jobs that you find inspiring

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Women in Business — Lynn Wooten

Associate professor believes change is on the horizon for women as more organisations offer support

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Doug Shackelford, UNC Kenan-Flagler

School aims to teach students the nuances of working abroad

FT business school rankings

Massive Open Online Courses

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