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Demand for business education is buoyant despite the pandemic
With competitive fees and courses aimed at equipping university leavers for a tough jobs market, institutions across the continent are capitalising on high international demand
An international mix teaches important lessons — but is it possible in a pandemic?
New study of academic publications raises questions about how to assess schools’ research
What could business school teach the former France captain about leading teams?
The FT’s ranking team delves into the 2020 ranking data, from careers to value for money
In our series on new research, an academic finds the tactic can have unintended results
European business school students and alumni share illuminating insights
Arts executive Mary Fisher found that adapting to the unexpected is part of an executive MBA
With enforced changes to options and teaching, how can students weigh up which masters to take?
Is the Covid-19 crisis an opportunity for big organisations to devolve decision-making power?
With internships in short supply, classmates around the world have recruited peers to offer support
Studying business in Europe has advantages but the sector has been shaken and must eschew complacency
The pandemic has amplified pressures but also helped students challenge stigma
Student demand for choice offered by European business schools stays strong
Interviews with students who decided to move to pursue their business degrees
Europe’s leading schools across the FT’s five main rankings of business education programmes
The French institution overtakes London Business School in the latest tables
Adaptability, international cohorts and faculty, and lower costs help European business education programmes stand out
Commitment to environmental, social and governance matters is high in business school curriculums in the region
A dispersed workforce gives rise to a variety of data management challenges
Demand for courses in Asia and Europe holds up in contrast to a tougher climate in America
Cass Business School unfazed by student’s unconventional profile
Campus expansion in Europe often has to accommodate history and nature
Chinese institutions expand in Europe and offer short courses to help companies do the same
HEC business school’s research proves that women deliver better deals
In an era of globalised tastes, why has the South American nation’s favourite brew, not travelled?
European business schools’ efforts to attract international students pay off
How a business education helped a Palestinian fulfil her ambition to work for the UN
Shrinking subsidies mean some institutions are courting private investors, raising fears about the implications for teaching and research
Multi-campus courses expose students to different markets, but travelling takes a toll on workload and bank balance
In a rapidly changing sector it can be hard for institutions to recruit new deans
As demand grows for masters in management, candidates must stand out. So what do admissions teams look for?
University’s endowment provides £100,000 to seed investment vehicle
As public sector funding is cut, the country’s schools are turning entrepreneurial
Institutions are increasingly using cutting edge tools to teach a tech-savvy generation of students
Former communist bloc countries are meeting the increasing need for quality management training