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MBA market faces winds of change

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Fragmentation lies ahead as part-time and one-year degrees threaten supremacy of the US MBA

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Global MBA rankings 2014

Heavyweight schools retain their hold on the higher reaches

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Business schools broaden their horizons

There are fears the MBA no longer reflects business reality

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Germany warms to the MBA

The country’s business schools are on the rise

Applying to business school

How To MBA advice
Entreprenor Peter Thum in the Flat Iron District in New York
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Entrepreneur who wants to make an impact

Kellogg MBA Peter Thum believes his strategy is one that works


Lessons courtesy of the robot in class

An EMLyon innovation helped a student continue his studies

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From a start-up to the stock exchange

Berkeley-Haas competition success spurred founders of TubeMogul

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Students opt for internships with impact

MBAs want to make a social difference

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A way into the hearts and minds of managers

Academics are using medical techniques


Challenging times for the MBA market

Predicting student numbers is becoming increasingly difficult

MBAs tackle the West Point boot camp

Leadership lessons for NYU Stern students

MBA challenge: help children with cancer

Students’ skills could aid charity’s work in the developing world

Cities fail to make the grade

Urbanisation rarely features in business school curriculums

The long road to business school

Prakhar Gautam found the application process very time consuming

A virtual network that rallies the troops

Chance meeting of two veterans at Harvard sparks RallyPoint