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IN THIS REPORT

The 2015 ranking of the top 85 European business schools plus features on student entrepreneurs, news on luxury programmes, reviews and opinion. Join the discussion on Twitter using #FTranking or send your questions to ask@ft.com

Introduction: An attractive proposition

illustration by Nick Lowndes
©Nick Lowndes

European business schools are developing new strengths over their US rivals

Ranking analysis 2015 – Britain raises its game

Analysis: UK business schools are improving faster than their continental competitors

©Charlie Bibby

The king of diamonds

Philippe Mellier’s route to the top at De Beers took him via Insead and car, truck and train builders

©Nick Lowndes

From the editor: Continental shift

Much has changed in the 20 years since the launch of FT business education, says Della Bradshaw

29th October 2015, New Delhi, India. Mohicka Gupta (27) boutique manager in the Michael Kors store in the DLF Emporio Mall
©Simon de Trey-White

A rich heritage

The luxury sector has gone global — and schools in its heartland are responding

On Management: leading myths

Have we created unrealistic expectations those at the top will never be able to match?

Nobel, prized

Alfred Nobel’s belief in nurturing multiple talents is an inspiration, says Stockholm’s Lars Strannegård

Andrea Baji
©Jakob Polacsek

Hopes & Fears: Andrea Baji

How a Hungarian student stepped out of her comfort zone to get a global perspective

Vivek Agarwal - Founder of Strand Of Silk, a clothes importing business
©Charlie Bibby

The perfect fit

Vivek Agarwal found his inner entrepreneur in an online clothing venture

Lucy Kellaway byline pictures. PHOTOGRAPH BY DANIEL JONES 2009 07815 853503 info@danieljonesphotography.co.uk www.danieljonesphotography.co.uk
©Daniel Jones

Management fads and insufferable classmates

Lucy Kellaway answers students’ questions from where to study to which language to learn

Book review

‘If You Really Want to Change the World’, by Henry Kressel and Norman Winarsky

Do we need digital detoxes?

Technology is not toxic but some of the ill-advised ways we use it are

Communities: Sage counsels

We asked readers: what is the best piece of career advice you have been given?

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