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More diverse recruitment appeals to academics and the creative industries
Newly diverse hiring practices represent a challenge to complacent MBA providers
Don’t leave with glee — you never know when you might need former colleagues
More graduates are opting for full-time jobs with a start-up on the side
Survey suggests Britain’s exit from EU may not be as damaging to higher education as feared
How do you think managers should spend their limited downtime?
Inside Extreme, the Stanford course teaching students to collaborate for social good
France’s Neoma is among institutions offering MBAs in Tehran
How can banks avoid repeating past mistakes?
Declining interest linked to Trump’s planned visa and immigration rules changes
Business leaders are expected to marshal strong views and partake in public debate
Business schools add cyber to the curriculum as attacks become a boardroom matter
Work placements do not always go to plan, but help is at hand
The author argues that this ‘cash cow’ model does not just lack academic rigour but is also failing
Cranfield leads way with MBA programme kickstarted by compulsory charge
How far entrepreneurs and start-ups should stretch the truth in a quest for survival?
Progressive policies have encouraged a generation of academics to excel
Real-world decisions help masters in finance scholars test theory learnt in class
A masters in management helped take Karen Farzam in an unexpected direction
Expertise is increasingly required in sharia-compliant sector and beyond
Europe and US want to retain lucrative market but Chinese schools are improving
Most graduates join big banks but some want skills to develop start-ups
FT Masters in Finance 2018: ranking and analysis
Academic predicts that what should be taught and by whom could start a turf war
Business school-funded portfolios prove a draw for students and employers
How the rankings were researched and compiled
More female students would improve the pipeline of talent — but progress is slow
Breaking down academic silos can overcome clash of cultures and the lack of expertise
Upstart institutions offer no-frills masters courses
Small businesses were once bottom of the food chain but now corporations need them
What are the ways in which you or your organisation can improve durability?
Research suggests humour can be effective for managers as well as staff
Do you have legal tricks and tips for sustaining a workplace high?
Many schools experience a fall in overseas applicants, especially for two-year courses
Business school students discuss the future of the accountancy titans
Contests offer MBA students more lucrative prizes than ever before