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Last updated: August 23, 2013 12:12 pm
Welcome to the FT Business Education community page. You can find out here when we publish, details about our rankings, tools and services, plus how to contact us - and ways to make sure you are always up-to-date with what is happening at business schools around the world. Any questions? Reach us on email@example.com
About our team
Della Bradshaw is the FT’s Business Education Editor and is responsible for all our business education coverage online, in the newspaper and in our magazines. She established the business education section in 1995 and devised and launched the first FT business school rankings in 1999. Before this, she was the Technology Lead Writer for the FT. She has previously lived and taught in Italy, Turkey and Japan. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Anderson is our Deputy Business Education Editor. She is responsible for commissioning and editing business education editorial in the newspaper and online. She joined the FT in 1987 and moved to the business education team in 2000. Before joining the FT she worked on local newspapers in Wales. Email: email@example.com
Wai Kwen Chan is our FT Newslines editor and she manages the MBA Careers hub, Mooc Tracker and our MBA Flipboard magazine. She coordinates the business education rankings and has previously worked on FT Lexicon. Before joining the editorial department, Wai Kwen worked in web development for the FT. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Charlotte Clarke is our online and social media producer. She is in charge of developing and managing our social media platforms and runs our annual MBA Challenge. She also edits the MBA blog and writes for the Women in Business page. She joined the FT in 2008. Email: email@example.com
Laurent Ortmans is the team statistician. A UK government-trained statistician, he is in charge of compiling and analysing data for our rankings of business education programmes and is the main point of contact for all queries about the rankings, methodology, policy, and participation criteria. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
When we publish
Our weekly features and our special magazines appear on ft.com in the late evenings (London time) on Sundays. You can find them on the business education homepage. We also tweet them from @ftbized and send them in our email (free sign up here). The print edition of these features and magazines appear on Mondays.
Looking for our online news stories, features, live Q&As, videos and MBA blogs? They are published throughout the week and you can find them on the business education homepage, which also takes you to our pages on MBAs, masters in management, executive MBA, executive education, online learning and financial training.
What are the FT rankings - and when are they published?
Every year we compile six rankings of business school programmes: Global MBA, Executive MBA, Masters in Management, Masters in Finance, Executive Education (customised programmes and open enrolment programmes). We also publish a ranking of European business schools. Keep an eye on the business education homepage for details.
Glossary, annotations, skill testing, blogs
Need to know the meaning of a business or economic term? Search FT Lexicon, our glossary. We also offer an annotations and newsletter service for MBA schools called Newslines and have a range of business school students sharing their experience on our MBA blog.
Find us on social media
We have a MBA Facebook page, Twitter account and LinkedIn group, including a sub-group, MBA Connections, to help alumni from the FT’s ranked MBA and EMBA programmes contact each other. We also host live web chats on ft.com where readers put their questions to a panel of experts. Topics include various degree programmes, plus sessions on entrepreneurship and an annual jobs and admissions clinics. Follow us @ftbized for regular updates.
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