As London Business School visits one of the largest slums in the world, their perspective on the world changes forever...
Helena Pozniak finds out why the number of women in business schools is rising
From his office window at Salford Business School, Kurt Allman has a clear view of Manchester United Football Club's stadium. And global brands, as he points out, don't come much bigger.
Andrew Main Wilson is to be the new chief executive of AMBA, it has been announced, on the first day of the Association's conference in Poland
It's never been harder for students to pay for postgraduate degrees. So what's to be done?
The international authority on postgraduate business education, the Association of MBAs (AMBA), has reported a 17 per cent growth in membership numbers.
There all almost as many different motives for taking an MBA as there are MBA students themselves
Russ Thorne discovers how to manage the demands of a new course
Our guide to university postgraduate open days across the UK.
03 April 2013 09:44 AM
Distinct experience demonstrates a broad skillset, says Matt Symonds
27 March 2013 10:12 AM
A law degree isn't just for lawyers, says Russ Thorne
26 March 2013 12:46 PM
Teaching can be a rewarding career for graduates, says Glynis Kozma
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26 March 2013 12:38 PM
26 March 2013 12:36 PM
Until recently, the popular image of a postgraduate history student might have been a lone figure in a library, poring over weighty tomes. While that style of study still exists in many places – and with good reason – it's not what Peter Quigley is doing for his MA in public history at Royal Holloway, University of London. He's more likely to be seen on London's streets with a digital recorder in hand, interviewing people and then editing soundbites for a website providing eye-witness accounts of historical events.
26 March 2013 12:35 PM
March is the time of year when we celebrate how science, technology, engineering and maths relate to our lives and help to inspire young people. We've already seen another successful National Science and Engineering Week. The Big Bang Fair was also packed with interactive exhibits, workshops, simulators and shows aimed at inspiring young people; testament that UK research really is worth celebrating.
17 March 2013 12:00 AM
As Warwick targets a London campus, Mark Leftly looks at how British MBAs are attracting students across the world
08 March 2013 10:43 AM
When I applied for university in 2009 I was sure it was the right thing to be doing – mainly because the additional qualification would surely convince potential employers that basic things like typing my own name in Microsoft Word were not beyond my comprehension, but also because with any luck by the time I graduated all this “recession” nonsense would be a thing of the past.
05 March 2013 11:30 AM
Little explanation is required as to why Johannesburg was the most subscribed destination for London Business School’s Global Business Experiences (GBE). The prospect of working with local entrepreneurs, having a tangible impact on real world business models, and coming in close contact with some fascinating wildlife, was too hard to resist.
01 March 2013 04:09 PM
So here I am sipping a delicious coffee at the southern most tip of Africa, surrounded by a breathtaking combination of mountains and oceans, and completely in awe at witnessing what happens when you put a number of people from all over the world around what table.
27 February 2013 02:41 PM
It was funny how it took me longer time coming from Sudan to South Africa than it took my colleagues coming from other continents. I guess this could be another reminder (and a metaphor) of how much work we need to do as African to bridge the gaps between us and stop functioning like a big messed up family.
25 February 2013 02:44 PM
I had the privilege of representing Kingston Business School London, one of the 26 accredited business school that have signed up to the MBA Global Ambassador Programme, at the Global Leadership Conference, in Cape Town, South Africa.
25 February 2013 11:02 AM
In the eerie silence of an empty nest, parents often pine for the good old days of mounting phone bills, the patter of keyboards and loud music reverberating through the house. Yet as rent prices skyrocket and students are squeezed ever tighter, they should be careful what they wish for.
22 February 2013 04:06 PM
22 February 2013 11:04 AM
Distance learning has been a vital mechanism through which Egyptian molecular biologist Enas Newire has been able to balance her career and professional development.
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