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Save money without compromising on quality by studying off-campus, writes Steve McCormack
Does the subtle hint of coffee make you more likely to buy a cup? Does the aroma of piña colada cause parents to linger in toy shops? Christopher White gets a sniff of the companies using scents to sell
The UK economy seems to be in a period of very slow growth or possibly even stagnation. At the same time, the Government is repeatedly reminding us that smaller businesses will be the engines of growth and job creation in the recovery.
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
Enjoy Nyenrode’s anniversary celebrations by gaining a Masters scholarship, says Russ Thorne
Get started early for the best results. By Helena Pozniak
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
We're conditioned to prize principle above everything. But history shows that adapting to circumstances is more effective, says Tim Harford
La Masia has produced another superb side with a system English clubs could learn from, its director tells Alasdair Fotheringham
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
Lucy Lee didn’t have grand globetrotting plans. At school, she assumed she would follow the usual route: GCSEs and A-levels at a local school, hopefully leading to a degree at a UK university. That’s pretty much how things panned out – until she set her heart on postgraduate study at the Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weissensee (KHB) in Berlin.
Although the predicted cuts in public sector funding are yet to translate into substantial job losses, the UK government is already searching for ways that the private sector can plug the employment gap.