Source: Forbes by Georgene Huang, 08.07.2018 This summer, the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business became the first major American business school to achieve gender parity in its full-time MBA program. The school has announced that its incoming class of 2020 will be slightly more female than male (52%). For context, across all full-time MBA… Read more about For Women In Particular, A Six-Figure MBA Is A Tough Decision
Source: Fortune by Alice Tozer, 07.25.2018. The University of Southern California’s Marshall Business School on Tuesday reported that 52% of the MBA students entering its doors this fall will be women, making it what’s thought to be the first major business school in the U.S. to reach gender parity in its full-time MBA program. It achieved the… Read more about Fortune: A Major Business School Reaches Gender Parity Among MBA Students for the First Time
Source: Los Angeles Times by James F. Peltz Dec 20, 2015 The gig: Lloyd Greif, who rose from grocery store box boy to Wall Street deal maker, is founder and chief executive of the investment banking firm Greif & Co. With headquarters on the 65th floor of a downtown Los Angeles skyscraper, Greif specializes in… Read more about Los Angeles Times: For investment banker Lloyd Greif, deal-making makes his world go around
Source: Fortune by Ethan Baron Dec 8, 2015 For many mid-tier business schools, the last few years have been tough. The hyper growth of the MBA degree, making it the most popular graduate degree in the U.S., has stalled. Some schools, including Wake Forest University and Simmons College, have recently pulled out of the full-time,… Read more about Fortune: The Hottest New MBA Is Not an MBA at All
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: The Wall Street Journal by Lindsay Gellman Sep 30, 2015 Business-school admissions officers are staying busy. The number of applicants seeking admission to M.B.A. programs grew at 57% of schools world-wide offering full-time, two-year programs, according to the latest data from the Graduate Management Admission Council, which tracks business-school data. And, after years in… Read more about Wall Street Journal: Why More People Want an M.B.A.
Source: Times Higher Education by David Matthews September 5, 2013 In most global university league tables, the UK comes a comfortable second, having more institutions in the elite lists than any country except the US. But in a new index that ranks universities by how many degrees they have awarded to the chief executives of… Read more about THE: The Schools That Make CEOs