Student takes motherhood in her stride

Student Halla Koppel pictured at the Said Business School, Oxford.
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Former TV host includes her baby in school routine at Oxford Saïd

US business schools attract more women

Top-tier programmes have made progress recruiting more females

Bodyguard talking into earpiece

The route to better wealth management

Classrooms are becoming a diverse mix of affluent individuals

Stephen Hodges, President of Hult International Business School
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Cross-border union steers smooth course

Ashridge and Hult alliance showcases best practice

Indian institutes balk at threat to autonomy

Modi’s plans to overhaul postgraduate education meet resistance

Udacity founder tackles virtual study

Computer scientist quit Stanford for digital education market

26 Jun 2009, Iran --- Despite the political situation in Iran, life goes on in the capital city Tehran. Students take the Tehran University entrance examination. --- Image by © Hanif /Demotix/Demotix/Corbis

Alliance addresses Iran’s MBA training

Partnership brings expertise to a nation mismanaged for decades

Scholarships pave way to elite programmes

There are ways around high course fees due to increase in awards

Admissions teams reinvent their approach

Courtship process involves shorter essays and more technology

Global banking recruiters return to campus

Amid economic optimism, graduate hiring varies in key cities

MBA by numbers: Top for entrepreneurship

FT data reveal the best courses for budding founders

Tech founders surf mobile advertising wave

In a booming industry, Celtra discovers MBA skills are vital

China attracts graduates keen for scale

Entrepreneurs are taking advantage of fast growth in Shanghai

Catholic Church under scrutiny

Mission to overhaul clergy finances triggers training for leaders

Wearable technology thrives on campus

Students and professors in the US are embracing innovation

MBA by numbers: Mobility of UK graduates

Talented students move on after gaining their degree

US business schools set their sights on Cuba

Improved economic relations have made Havana appealing

Business school to open in Kuala Lumpur

The Central Bank of Malaysia and MIT Sloan build alliance

MBA by numbers: Return on investment

FT data show the earlier you enrol on your programme the better

Alternative courses target entrepreneurs

Start-up clusters spoilt for choice as business schools innovate