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Tighter rules will deter foreign students, say deans
Would-be students question the value of what was once the must-have business qualification
Applications have fallen for the full-time two-year programmes offered by many American schools
Experiences of the 2008 crisis have led to more interest in financial training
Proportion citing single industry of interest for postgraduate employment in 2015 rises to 71%
Trends in the business school entry test — plus tips from our MBA bloggers
What goes into the finding that European schools are better value than North American counterparts
Picking a degree in a packed market requires research
If the ‘bank of mum and dad’ is not an option, there are other ways to ease the financial burden
Candidates need to do the groundwork
Faced with thousands of applications, business schools are mixing up the courtship process
FT data show that the earlier you enrol on your programme the higher the financial return
The south of England’s growing start-up cluster is spoilt for choice as business schools innovate
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