MBA Blog

Stay informed about the business school world with the TopMBA Blog. Get the latest MBA news and learn from the experiences of MBA students and alumni.

Wealth report from Knight Frank ranks cities in importance to the world’s richest people.
23 Apr 2014

London retains its status as the most important city for the world’s richest inhabitants, according to Knight Frank’s latest Wealth Report.

International students are often quizzed about their reasons for wanting to study abroad.
23 Apr 2014

Are you considering a study abroad program? One international MBA student discusses the difficulty of overcoming the Liability of Foreignness.

MBAGirlJourney outlines four tips for MBA interview planning.
23 Apr 2014

MBA interview preparation is key to getting into the MBA program of your choice. MBAGirlJourney shares the four essential components for interview success.

STEM MBA at the Krannert School of Management
22 Apr 2014

The new STEM MBA at Purdue's Krannert School of Management will be offered to STEM professionals interested in gaining management skills.

New research into online music consumer behavior.
17 Apr 2014

Research into online music consumer behavior yields strategies aimed at reducing music piracy, says brand management specialist at Vlerick Business School.

GMAT’s new report surveys over 12,000 prospective business school students.
16 Apr 2014

Specialized master’s degrees from MBA programs continue to grow in appeal, as does ‘the bank of mom and dad’, according to GMAC’s latest survey.

Japanese corporations and financial governance are the focus of a new paper.
14 Apr 2014

New paper from Saïd Business School professor highlights the experience of Japanese corporations in warning to emerging markets in Asia.

Michael Smurfit’s autobiography was launched at the University College Dublin business school that bears his name.
14 Apr 2014

New autobiography published by Smurfit Graduate School of Business’ financial backer and two new business school partnerships announced.

Spending on business travel signals economic recovery.
11 Apr 2014

Projected hike in business travel spending by US companies signals economic recovery, but the Chinese are poised to become world's most frequent flyers.

A new social initiative proved popular with Columbia Business School students.
09 Apr 2014

Community service at Columbia University unites students and faculty as Columbia Business School MBA student Sheila Lalani's plan is a huge success

Pages