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All the way to the top

cover for Executive MBA ranking 2015 report; Illustration by Adrian Johnson
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Success of Tiemba alumni helps a mainland China school join the leaders

EMBA programme
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Beyond borders

Partnerships are emerging as the dominant study model despite logistical nightmares

Illustration for Executive MBA ranking 2015
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Strength in numbers

Business schools benefit from tapping into many world views for their EMBAs

Steven Fang is co-founder of five start-ups responsible for life-sciences, healthcare and nutrition
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Health comes first

Steven Fang credits his MBAs for giving him the ability to see opportunities in Singapore’s location

Lasting mark

A dean inspired by a European Commission president finds lessons in his legacy

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Pressure point

Technology is making real-time performance monitoring too easy and tempting

Will a past bad experience hurt my EMBA chances?

FT’s agony aunt on whistleblowing and bringing your same sex partner to an office party

New direction: Christine Marcus moved from being chief financial officer at the US Department of Energy to entrepreneur
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Entrepreneurship classes grow up

Business schools are beginning to take start-ups more seriously

Christer Holloman found striking out on his own an easy decision
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Fresh thinking

How an EMBA at Saïd helped Christer Holloman quit his job to begin a start-up in technical finance

Prof Scott Beardsley believes in a combination of classroom and online learning
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Scott Beardsley, Darden school at the University of Virginia

‘European dean’ sees his consulting background as a good fit for Darden

Book review: Dream place to work

People are rethinking their relationship with companies

Technology: Mobile break out

Consumers love it when devices are compatible, but they rarely are

Whom would you bring to a meeting?

Meetings can be boring. We asked readers which person, living or dead, they would like to invite along

Hopes & fears: David Buckley

Appreciation of how businesses around the world work helped grow a global mindset

Methodology and key: Executive MBA rankings 2015

EMBA programmes must meet certain criteria in order to be considered for the ranking

Poll: Balancing act

Studying for an EMBA can be more time-consuming than expected, but there are benefits