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What can be done to attract applicants from broader socio-economic backgrounds?
Schools answer demand with courses specialising in real estate and sustainability
Chinese institutions expand in Europe and offer short courses to help companies do the same
Multi-campus courses expose students to different markets, but travelling takes a toll on workload and bank balance
High fees and a lack of employer sponsorship means students are having to tap new sources of finance
In a rapidly changing sector it can be hard for institutions to recruit new deans
The workforce will have to adapt as companies use artificial intelligence for more tasks
Quant funds are crying out for tech skills, and schools are responding with specialist courses
Business schools are tailoring executive education to help non-profits raise their game
Business schools and firms are keen to measure the value of custom courses
The passion and idealism that undergraduates bring to the classroom is an asset
Digital training helps professionals to develop specialist skills not covered in formal education
Business schools are using nudge methods and peer learning to keep students’ attention
Schools are now judging the ‘niceness’ of applicants and appraising Instagram pitches
Big-name founders have said MBAs make bad entrepreneurs — yet graduates have launched successful start-ups. Who is right?
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
The students learning to lead on mountain expeditions
Business schools offer support to help students reach their goals
Why graduates go back to business school
Expertise is increasingly required in sharia-compliant sector and beyond
Business school-funded portfolios prove a draw for students and employers
Contests offer MBA students more lucrative prizes than ever before
Courses help leaders embrace technological change rather than fall victim to it
A clutch of academic institutions have received big gifts, but are there strings attached?