These show that the average salary for graduates of IE Business School
's MBA for 2014 is $146,933 (e1/4117,763), while the average for graduates of ESADE's MBA is $120,718 (e1/496,690).
Not entirely unlike the pressures facing the Federal Reserve, today's female business school
leaders are facing intense pressure to become even more competitive in a somewhat saturated business school
Jain one of the highest-ranked business school
GBSN is a nonprofit organization initiated by the World Bank that assembles members among top ranked Business Schools
(London Business School
, MIT, Chicago and others).
"The economic climate has made the role of leaders much more difficult," explains Marianne Nimmo, MBA & operations director at Strathclyde Business School
. "Not only must they possess the practical skills, strategic ability and breadth of business knowledge, but businesses also want and need leaders to be visionary and entrepreneurial.
The top international business school
, for example, IE Business School
based in London, won the top slot for its high rankings on the top social media sites:
Warwick Business School
, which is based at the city's Warwick University, is joining forces with Aston Business School
to create the new Enterprise Research Centre.
The decades-old dominance of leading biz schools will soon be challenged by the Karachi School for Business and Leadership (KSBL), which is about to launch an MBA in collaboration with the Judge Business School
at Cambridge University.
Mumbai, April 27 (ANI-Business Wire India): Tarun Anand quit his position of Managing Director Thomson Reuters, South Asia, to give his undivided attention to Universal Business School
(UBS), an entrepreneurial education venture which he co-founded with two other top management professionals-Gurdip Singh Anand and Babulal Varma.
AACSB, (2002) indicated that business School
enrolment is increasing gradually all over the world and business schools
have responded to the broad range of consumer wants and needs by developing a wide variety of program beside their traditional two-year, full-time MBA programs.
Is there an analogous metaphor for business schools
? And, if so, what are the legs or pillars of a business school
that, when kept in balance, enable us to be most effective?
"In the short time that it has been up and running, the new Business School
has already proved its worth.