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Young people reputedly favour start-ups — but traditional employers have raised their game

Lectures are not enough to keep students engaged

Alisée De Tonnac on leaving L’Oreal for the ‘olympics of entrepreneurship’

Work is impermanent — reinvention is rational

Long-term reputations are made, or lost, on choices about purpose and goals

Niels Bohr, Einstein’s lesser-known sparring partner deserves greater recognition

Many students see the course as a quicker, cheaper route to an executive career

Sandra Marichal’s masters degree has taken the French graduate from London to Singapore

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Why do women make up nearly half of masters in management students but only a third of the global MBA intake?

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