Business schools are increasingly employing the biggest names in architecture to help present a bold, confident face to the world. Edwin Heathcote, the FT’s architecture critic, looks at designs by “starchitects” including Frank Gehry, David Chipperfield and Lord Foster.
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How to channel your inner-ant and be more productive
I recently downloaded a neat productivity app called Clear, whose £3.99 price-tag seemed pretty steep for a simple, stripped-back and user-friendly list tool. Given my MBA workload, it turns out it is a bargain. What’s more, you also get an enlightening quote after each list you clear. My first was “an ant on the move does more than a dozing ox”, which was said by Lao Tzu, an ancient Chinese philosopher and writer.
MBA application essays: Take the time to reflect
Why are you applying to the MBA now? Whether this question comes up or not, every graduate should know the answer
Get more out of business school by helping to teach others
Being a TA for Chicago Booth’s entrepreneurial finance and private equity summer courses has given me a better understanding of the material I learnt myself earlier in the year
Europe’s shorter courses dent US MBA
Applications have fallen for the full-time two-year programmes offered by many American schools
Application essays: A golden ticket to stand out
Once you start digging into it, there are three common themes that business schools are asking for