Business schools

MBA applications

Accreditation body’s new report suggests high quality management education still ‘desirable’ in ‘uncertain’ world

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Research raises questions about how to create tomorrow’s entrepreneurs

British dean of US business school also questions the ‘strange’ trend of increasing regulation while reducing state funding in the UK sector

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The Universities Superannuation Scheme’s stake in former cluster bomb manufacturer Textron is an inappropriate use of savings, campaigners say

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Forging partnerships with Indian institutions in the country could alleviate dwindling inbound student numbers to UK

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One in six schools reported increase in EU undergraduates not turning up for start of 2016-17 academic year

'Mind the Gap' sign painted on London Underground floor

US academics say ‘greatest challenge facing management scholars’ is proving the worth of research in the field

Li Qing Quan of Shenzhen and Emeric Peyredieu du Charlat of Audencia

Dean of new French-Chinese institution excited by opportunities in ‘dynamic’ part of the world

Beefeaters

Academics and leading figures from London’s rich cultural scene offer their insights to those running major arts organisations around the world

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New figures show nearly two-thirds of European business schools reported increases in applications

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Tawfik Jelassi, universities minister after the Jasmine Revolution, on losing his anonymity and being taken hostage by students

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New board member of international business school accreditation body advocates use of Moocs to enhance business and management education

Scott DeRue, University of Michigan, Ross School of Business

New head of US school aims to be at the ‘leading edge’ of action-based education

The Francis Crick Institute

As the £650 million Crick Institute officially opens, here are some key facts about Europe’s largest biomedical research laboratory

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Institutions need to adapt their courses to account for how climate change is altering business, argues former MBA director

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Creator of crowdfunding teaching tool says entrepreneurship courses should drop the traditional business plan as a method of assessment

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Bill Boulding of Fuqua School of Business says higher education must create a culture of public trust in academia through those they educate

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Social science scholars are attempting to produce ‘impossible results’ due to demands from journal editors, finds study

Kofi Annan in conversation, IMD Business School

Former UN secretary general insists that scholars have to make politicians listen in order to influence change

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Immigration red tape created by Brexit might lead to certain academics being valued more than others