After two years of running a business, Heather Baker decided to study for an executive MBA at London Business School. She blogs about what it's like to work and study at the same time.
Business leaders of the future are tuning into Kiss frontman's billion-dollar brand lecture
Save money without compromising on quality by studying off-campus, writes Steve McCormack
Selecting the right business Masters course isn’t as simple as you think, warns Helena Pozniak
Martin Thompson on why business schools are literally reshaping their classrooms
In the years since Arundhati Roy won the 1997 Booker Prize for her debut novel, The God of Small Things, she has become the anti-globalisation mascot in India and abroad with her strident opposition of the Indian state, free market economics, the war on terror, and much else. Her prose is vivid and sometimes poetic: witty wordplay interspersed with biting satire that riles India's middle class, the wealthy, and the elite.
MBAs in Islamic finance are a good investment in the current economic climate, says Widget Finn
Distance learning offers plenty of benefits, including great flexibility, says Matt Symonds
‘Good rankings follow from the strategy adopted to expand students’ futures’. By Widget Finn
Courses are radically changing with the times – with some interesting and surprising results, says Michael Prest
Russ Thorne maps a two-stage route to chartered status
The record industry is doomed, they say. So why is Len Blavatnik trying to buy two huge labels?
The vogue for middle-aged women finding themselves – and then writing tell-all books about it – has become big business. But it makes their journeys of discovery as predictable as the daily commute, says Charlotte Raven
You don’t have to have an MBA to be a CEO, but it clearly helps in so many ways, says Hilary Wilce
With employability skills the key to a first job, more courses are including them, says Steve McCormack