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Tighter visa rules and anti-foreigner rhetoric drive Chinese students away
Behavioural science finds all sorts of hidden benefits to informal support networks
Rob Murray sold his house to do an executive MBA — but could it help him negotiate uncertain times in the Trump era?
Contests offer MBA students more lucrative prizes than ever before
Banks are fighting back against technology companies in the war for talent
For the first time, the FT publishes rankings alongside the European tables
Many top-ranked programmes are link-ups between schools on different continents
Coaching is offered to former students who hit problems or want to make a change
Alumni want business schools to support their careers up to retirement
Competition is growing in the MBA market and even the best schools are not immune
Donors encourage smaller organisations — but does that help beneficiaries?
The trends in the types of essays required and FT bloggers’ tips to tackle them
Trends in the business school entry test — plus tips from our MBA bloggers
Schools such as Insead attract large donations but are yet to catch up with American peers
How do the ‘big three’ firms influence elite schools?
A fragmenting job market poses some difficult questions for business education
A professional dancer teaches a unique approach to creativity
Business school electives in entrepreneurship, big data, cyber security and tech prove popular
Despite some ethical concerns, a concept of behavioural economics is gaining popularity