Business schools

Business men at ATM

University business schools should not be viewed simply as ‘cash cows’ that entice international students, writes Alec Cameron 

Going out of business sign

Forty per cent of UK business schools report fall in undergraduate applications from the Continent

White House

Political climate and anti-immigration policies in US are blamed as UK and Canada report increase in applications

Hands pulling rope, tug of war, teamwork

There is no ‘hard divide between academics and administrators’, writes Charles Knight in response to criticisms of academic university staff

business, race, business ranking

We answer some of your questions about the new Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education Global Business School Rankings

Broken down Mini

Universities continue to run ‘jewel in the crown’ programme because of its ‘prestige’, survey finds

Henry Lane Fox speaks to Times Higher Education at the 2017 THE Innovation and Impact Summit in Hong Kong

Dancing business people

The liberal arts approach can lead to business being done more thoughtfully, more creatively, and more sustainably, says Jeffrey Nesteruk

warwick business school floor

Warwick Business School’s purpose-built studio aims to boost students’ creativity

man driving giant duck on river

Does Nigel Piercy textbook case study stem from his experience at Swansea University? 

woman with umbrella walking across bridge, London

Capital’s institutions may be hit by a ‘perfect storm’, warn scholars

Harvard University with graph and figures

Our global survey gives a picture of which institutions are best at producing senior business leaders worldwide. John Elmes reports

MBA applications

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

Man lays down while another works behind

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

People standing among rubble of destroyed buildings, Aleppo, Syria

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

Indian students listening to presentation

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

Luggage on airport carousel

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