Tag Archives: Financial Times

Learning From the Financial Crisis

Earlier this week, the Financial Times reported that B-school programs everywhere are making curriculum adjustments–from tweaking their course content to introducing new classes and seminars and even new degrees–in an effort to convey the lessons …

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FT Announces 2009 European Rankings

The close of 2009 brings another round of rankings as the Financial Times takes stock of European business schools. The situation across the pond has had its ups and downs over the past year, with …

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Can Ethics Be Taught? A Panel Weighs In

After a year of global economic turmoil, the question of whether ethics can be taught is still being pondered across the international business school community. This week, Financial Times debates the question: are ethics a …

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Top Schools Report Record Yield Numbers

This week, the Financial Times reported that the yield –percentage of applicants accepted as students and who actually turn up for the start of the program– has rocketed at top business schools. As a result, …

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One Year or Two?

The Financial Times recently offered an interesting analysis of one-year MBA programs as they grow in popularity across Europe and Asia. The INSEAD MBA celebrated its 50th anniversary September 12 and is the forebearer of …

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The Future of Management Education

If you haven’t already seen it, check out the Financial Times‘ Q&A on the future of business schools, which features deans from Tuck, INSEAD, Carey Business School and IE Business School. The financial crisis has …

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