Source: Forbes by Matt Symonds,11.19.2018. Based on starting salaries and job offers, 2018 should be a banner year for the world’s top MBA programs. Columbia Business School is the latest in a growing list of schools whose Class of 2018 hit a new salary record this year, with a 5.7% increase in total median compensation… Read more about Forbes: In A Banner Year For MBA Graduates, China And India Have Never Mattered More
Source: Forbes By Matt Symonds,11.13.2018. You might call it the b-school rankings smell test. While the five major media MBA rankings chart the annual rise and fall of MBA programs from Ann Arbor to Austin, the reality is that any league table that fails to list the fabled M7 schools – HBS, Stanford GSB, Wharton,… Read more about Forbes: Should All Business School Rankings Look Like This? The Ranking Of MBA Rankings 2018
Source: Business Insider By Andy Kiersz,11.04.2018. If you want to work in tech, an MBA can be a very helpful boost to your career. 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 in tech
Source: Poets and Quants By Jeremy Hazlehurst,10.31.2018. For years, the world’s MBA applicants have consistently asked the question whether the best European business school equal the best options in the U.S. The Financial Times ranking, in particular, would suggest that many of the European and Asian schools can now go toe-to-toe with the likes of Harvard, Columbia,… Read more about Poets and Quants: MBA Acceptance Rates At Top European Business Schools
Source: Poets And Quants by Jeremy Hazlehurst,10.31.2018. For years, the world’s MBA applicants have consistently asked the question whether the best European business school equal the best options in the U.S. The Financial Times ranking, in particular, would suggest that many of the European and Asian schools can now go toe-to-toe with the likes of Harvard, Columbia,… Read more about Poets And Quants: MBA Acceptance Rates At Top European Business Schools
Source: QuartzAtWork by Lila MacLellan, 10.29.2018. The specter of becoming an industry has-been, the former trendsetter that completely lost the plot, hangs over every successful business. You might call it the fear of Kodak-ing, or pulling a Sears. At the Brightline Initiative’s Strategy@Work conference in New York last week, Rita McGrath, a professor of at Columbia Business School and… Read more about Quartz: The two questions companies should ask to stay relevant
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: The Economist 10.27.2018. The Economist’s ranking of the world’s leading business courses THE FIRST MBA was taught at Harvard University in 1908. More than a century later, American institutions still dominate the business-school landscape. This year they claim 16 of the top 20 places in The Economist’s ranking of full-time MBA programmes, and 53 places in the… Read more about The Economist: The world’s best MBA programmes