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- European business schools expand abroad
The past year for European business schools has been a tale of two economies. Economic stagnation at home has resulted in consolidation, while economic growth overseas, especially in Asia, has meant rapid expansion into these markets. Continue reading
- vom Dezember 1, 2014
- GMAT-Score: Americans drop behind Asians
New waves of Indians and Chinese are taking America’s business-school entrance exam and their scores are much higher than the scores of Americans – especially in the quantitative section . That’s causing a big problem for prospective M.B.A.s...
- vom November 9, 2014
- CEIBS offers Executive Education in Europe
The China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) in Shanghai launched today its first Executive Education Program in Europe. The three-day course, called “China Connecting Conversations” is held in Zurich Switzerland from Sept 23-25 and features lectures from...
- vom September 23, 2011
- FT no longer accepts AMBA accreditation
MBA schools that wish to take part in the Global MBA Ranking of the Financial Times (FT) need to have an international accreditation. Up until now this included accreditation by AACSB, Equis or AMBA. Now AMBA no...
- vom September 3, 2011
- GMAT: Used by more than 5,000 programs worldwide
The GMAT exam, the most widely used assessment for business and management programs around the world, has reached a new milestone as the number of programs accepting the exam has now exceeded 5,000 for the first time,...
- vom April 20, 2011