Articles with tag 'choosing a program'

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Meet SFU’s Beedie School of Business Recruitment and Admissions Team main image

SFU’s Beedie School of Business offers various MBA programs and specializations, and Kristin Matheson of the Recruitment and Admissions Team tells us what makes the perfect candidate. 

University of Miami Business School Launches a Degree in Sustainable Business main image

Learn about the University of Miami Business School’s plans to launch an M.S. in sustainable business and how going green is going to be a must for companies, especially in the school’s home city.

Oregon State Launches New Marketing MBA Program main image

In 2019, Oregon State University College of Business hopes to welcome students to its brand new Marketing MBA program.

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MBA or EMBA: Which One's Right for You? main image

Confused between MBA and EMBA? Learn the difference between an MBA and an EMBA, from program details to ROI and determine which one is right for you.

Top MBAs for Founding Startups, Raising Billions in Venture Capital

You don’t need an MBA to build a business – but many business school graduates are raising billions of dollars in venture capital for their fledgling startups.  

Where are schools reporting a potential ‘Trump bump’ in applications from candidates turned off by the US’s controversial immigration curbs?

In light of US immigration policy uncertainty, which business schools say they may be seeing a ‘Trump bump’ in applications from international students?

Designed for those at the beginning of their careers, MiM degrees are taken by students with an average age of 22

Appetite for the pre-experience business master’s qualification is growing, but what does this mean for the MBA degree?  

Free courses, or MOOCs, needn’t bring about the eventual demise of traditional business education offerings

Current use suggests MOOCs are more about widening access and allowing students to 'try before they buy' than disrupting the MBA degree market.