Della Bradshaw looks at the FT’s 2007 table of distance learning MBAs and how various providers choose to structure their courses.
Sarah Murray on how a classroom-based tutorial method is benefiting from the web.
Once content to run programmes independently, companies are now calling on the experience of business schools, writes Rebecca Knight.
Andrew Baxter talks to a banking expert about burning the candle at both ends.
A serial success story, Staffan Burenstam Linder invigorated a nation’s business education.
Della Bradshaw discovers how academies are harnessing the power of the iPod.
Andrew Baxter takes a look at a seriously ambitious teaching project.
If there is one thing guaranteed to give Ewan Ferlie nightmares, it is the collapse of the Chinese market for management education. The head of Royal Holloway School of Management, part of the University of London, knows how important Chinese students are to the school’s MBA in International Management programmes.
Rebecca Knight talks to the United States Distance Learning Association about its ethos.