University of Hull - A kinder post-crunch MBA

April 30, 2009

Hull University Business School has remodelled its master of business administration course in light of the economic crisis. The more "holistic" programme puts an emphasis on ethics, corporate responsibility and sustainability. Tim Campbell, the MBA programme leader, said people across the globe were asking if business schools had contributed to the crisis. "Accusations have been levelled that courses are detached from real-world issues and have a lack of emphasis on ethical and social considerations."

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