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Find the programme to suit your ambitions

There is no simple answer to the question of which MBA to pursue, it takes careful introspection and extensive research

MBAs plug into remote study

Distance learning is proving to be a popular choice, finds Russ Thorne

It's business, but not as usual

This year's most promising MBA shows how entrepreneurs can serve the greater good. By Russ Thorne

Tailor-made courses are proving the perfect fit

Specialist MBAs targeted at specific industries have many advantages over the traditional model, finds Russ Thorne

Time to reflect on your goals and experiences

Hilary Wilce says a good mentor is vital to making the most of your MBA

The leap into business takes careful balance

Matt Symonds discovers that former Olympians are often ideal students

Personal services give courses modern edge

Private business schools are providing some truly innovative MBAs, says Stephen Hoare

The MBA is no longer just a man's world

Matt Symonds finds that women all over the world are aspiring to, and reaching, the heights of management

Diamonds are a graduate's best friend

For many MBA students, the best future lies in luxury, says Stephen Hoare

An MBA is the perfect way to change direction

Helena Pozniak looks at how further study in the middle of a career can lead to new success in a different field

Get a head start in the global business world

Doing an MBA overseas can give you a broader perspective, says Russ Thorne

Role reversal as Asian schools head west

As a Chinese school opens its first London office, Peter Brown reveals the future of Eastern MBAs

Travel can still take you a long way

Global tourism is down, but Widget Finn discovers determined MBA entrepreneurs are flourishing

Start me up: making fine ideas a reality

Business schools are getting to grips with wannabe innovators, finds Peter Brown

Courses that take MBAs to the outer limits

Helena Pozniak asks if a specialist MBA sacrifices wider business credibility
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