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Last Updated Aug 1, 2018 by

Georgetown McDonough Announces New Flex MBA Program

In response to market research and student requests, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business is adding greater flexibility to its part-time MBA program. The updates include technological innovations for the inclusion of hybrid courses, new course delivery options, and a more adjustable program duration. The idea behind the new Georgetown Flex... Read more »

Last Updated Dec 28, 2017 by

Indonesians Can Attend Darden Tuition-Free—Find Out How

The University of Virginia Darden School of Business now offers a new Indonesia Endowed Fellowship Fund for full-time MBA and Executive MBA applicants. The fellowship is a full scholarship to Darden that covers the total cost of attendance for academically qualified Indonesian students who prove a need for financial support.... Read more »

Last Updated Dec 21, 2017 by

Volunteer Fever Strikes Georgetown McDonough MBA Students

During the Month of Volunteerism at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, MBA student volunteers logged more than 710 hours of community service. For the month of November, full-time and evening MBA students divided into their cohorts to engage in a friendly competition to see which cohort could log the... Read more »

Last Updated Dec 18, 2017 by

How an EMBA at Cambridge Judge Launched an Entrepreneurial Spirit

When Andrew Yi Tan first started his career, he worked for Procter & Gamble and followed the traditional executive path. Beginning in the 90s and for the next two decades, Tan slowly worked his way up the consumer products employment ranks, progressing through a variety of roles from senior marketing... Read more »

Last Updated Oct 26, 2017 by

Beyond Business School: Meet the Cambridge EMBA Who Is Rebuilding Libya

As an Executive MBA (EMBA) student, you don’t have to choose between your career and your studies, which was exactly the case for Roland Friedrich, who worked as a senior political affairs officer for the United Nations while pursuing his EMBA at Cambridge Judge Business School. Friedrich graduated with his EMBA... Read more »

Last Updated Oct 9, 2017 by

LBS Alumni Gather for Worldwide Alumni Celebration in London

On September 28th, the same week that London Business School (LBS) officially opened its new Sammy Ofer Centre, LBS alumni from around the world gathered together for a Worldwide Alumni Celebration (WAC) event. This was just one of approximately 85 WAC events that take place around the globe in locations such... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 11, 2017 by

UVA Darden Class of 2019 Profile Reveals Diverse and Talented Students

The official University of Virginia Darden School of Business Class of 2019 profile is now out, revealing one of the most diverse groups of MBA students the school has ever welcomed to campus. This record-setting incoming class helps underscore Darden’s core values of diversity, inclusion, and respect against the backdrop of... Read more »

Last Updated Aug 30, 2017 by

Rotman Launches New Healthcare & Life Sciences EMBA Program

Healthcare is one of the world’s largest and fastest growing industries. Globally, it represents more than 10 percent of the gross domestic product of most developed nations—around $6 trillion overall. And the World Health Organization estimates that there are 9.2 million physicians, 19.4 million nurses and midwives, 2.6 million pharmacists,... Read more »

Last Updated Aug 17, 2017 by

Michigan Ross EMBAs Create Successful Subscription Box Business

In recent years, the subscription box business has boomed. From Blue Apron for food delivery to the Dollar Shave Club for men and women’s grooming, there’s a way to get anything you want in a box delivered on schedule every month or week. And now there are two more subscription... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 5, 2017 by

Stanford Ignite Program Celebrates 10 Years, With No Signs of Slowing

The final weeks in December for many mean last-minute gift shopping, overindulgence with friends and family, a winding down of work and the culmination of another year. All of that may well have been afoot at Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) last month, but so, too, was a celebration... Read more »

Last Updated Dec 23, 2016 by

Fridays from the Frontline: Navigating Complex MBA Decision-Making Process

Pierre Girard, a 2016 graduate of the Weekend MBA program at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, shares his tips for the complex decision-making process that can accompany choosing to pursue an MBA. For Girard, a father to two small children who planned to continue working while getting... Read more »

Last Updated Oct 18, 2016 by

October MBA Mama of the Month: Anna Nordstrom

As part of our continuing partnership with MBA Mama, an online platform that provides ambitious women with tools and resources to leverage an MBA and strategically navigate family/career planning, we are pleased to feature the following post spotlighting Anna Nordstrom, a student in the evening MBA program at the University of Washington’s Foster School... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 20, 2016 by

Cornell’s Business, Medical Schools Debut EMBA/Healthcare Leadership Masters Program

It can be nearly impossible for today’s medical students to stay up to date with the ever-evolving healthcare industry. Now, a new two-year executive MBA/M.S. healthcare leadership dual-degree program offered by the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management and the Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences offers a way to meet... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 9, 2016 by

New Court Decision Allows MBA Tax Deductions

Thanks to a recent court decision in the case of Kopaigora v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, students enrolled in an MBA program—particularly an Executive MBA (EMBA)—can now deduct more education expenses from their taxes. While the case can’t be appealed or formerly cited as precedent, there’s no doubt that the... Read more »

Last Updated Sep 1, 2016 by

Bloomberg Contributes $32 Million to Launch New Initiative at Harvard for City Leaders

Michael Bloomberg—three-term New York City mayor, philanthropist and Harvard Business School (HBS) alumnus—has committed $32 million to Harvard to design a comprehensive leadership program for mayors and senior aides to advance leadership, management and innovation in cities across the United States and around the globe, the university announced last week.... Read more »

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