Source: Business Because By Seb Murray,01.08.2019. Strong economic growth, top faculty, and a melting pot of international talent make China and Southeast Asia increasingly attractive destinations for business school candidates Europe and the USA—the birthplace of the MBA—have long been the dominant business education markets. But the dynamic is shifting—Asia Pacific is now the world’s… Read more about Business Because: China & Southeast Asia Will Steal Students From Western Business Schools In 2019—Here’s Why
Source: Financial Times by Jonathan Moules, 29.10.2018 Competition from online courses and rising costs have seen applications in the US fall even as demand grows in Asia and Europe At its peak, the University of Iowa’s Tippie College of Business enrolled 240 20-something high achievers each year on its core MBA programme. Today, the flagship… Read more about Financial Times: Business education: have we reached peak MBA?
Source: Business Insider By Andy Kiersz,10.26.2018. If you want to work on Wall Street, you’ll want the best business school for finance. Higher- and business-education specialist QS Quacquarelli Symonds recently released its 2019 Global MBA Ranking, evaluating 251 of the best business schools in the world. QS provided Business Insider with estimates of how many graduates… Read more about Business Insider: The 25 best MBA programs for people who want to work on Wall Street
Source: Financial Times by Ian Wylie, October 19, 2015. Christine Marcus did not plan on choosing entrepreneurship from the menu when she enrolled on the MIT Sloan executive MBA programme. “If someone had told me I’d leave Sloan as CEO of a food tech start-up, I would have assumed they’d had one too many sangrias,”… Read more about Financial Times: Entrepreneurship classes grow up
For the first time since BusinessWeek started ranking MBA programs 27 years ago, Harvard Business School has been ranked number 1 by the influential ranking published today. HBS rose seven spots to grab the top spot. The ranking shuffle is the result of a methodology change, which the publication says “now focuses on what most… Read more about Harvard Business School finally ranks #1
Source: Fortune by Ethan Baron July 23, 2015 Hopefuls from all over the world head to Shanghai to land a spot at the China Europe International Business School. Hurtling into Shanghai at more than 200 miles per hour on a bullet train to attend a pre-MBA boot camp at a leading Chinese business school gave… Read more about Fortune: A boot camp pitch to get an MBA in China
China-Europe International Business School Full-time MBA program – Interview Questions CEIBS interviews are generally conducted by 2 interviewers (a marketing person and a professor) and last for 35 mts. As usual, dress smartly, and one step more formally than the interviewer. Some commonly asked questions are: Walk me through your resume. What are you short-term… Read more about CEIBS Interview
Admissions.SG: What would you like candidates to know about CEIBS? Prof. Shimin Chen: CEIBS is China’s leading business school, ranked #1 in China by BusinessWeek, with two programs in the FT Global Top-20 (MBA #17, and EMBA #10). Our motto China Depth, Global Breadth reflects the fact, that we are by far the most global… Read more about Interview with CEIBS MBA Director Shimin Chen