Celebrating the NUS Executive MBA’s 25th anniversary

Executive MBA NUS

Think how different the world was back in 1997 – the year NUS launched their EMBA. We heard from the course’s management team, who told us what makes the NUS Executive MBA so unique, and how it has ridden the waves of change over two and a half decades.

Financing your MBA: Scholarships at VU Amsterdam

Financing your MBA: Scholarships at VU Amsterdam

Want an MBA but worried about the cost? Senior MBA Recruiter Aki Voudigaris may have the answer. He told MBAGRADSCHOOLS about the school’s application process, as well as the scholarships at Vrije Universiteit (VU) Amsterdam that put quality education within the grasp of often-underrepresented demographics.

A Part-time MBA in Business Innovation offers the best of both worlds

A Part-time MBA in Business Innovation offers the best of both worlds

Want an MBA without leaving your job? Based in Berlin, ESMT’s Part-time MBA in Business Innovation is made with students like you in mind. With a blended approach, you learn both online around your working schedule and in-person with 12 residencies and two residential weeks.

6 top tips for applying to the Cambridge MBA

Cambridge MBA

Thinking about applying to the Cambridge MBA? We spoke to the Head of MBA Admissions & Recruitment, Emily Brierley, who offered a series of insightful tips on the process. She covered the first steps of applying – including the interview stage – before discussing the collegiate system, financial aid, and more.

What is Action Learning? 5 essential questions answered

What is Action Learning

Have you heard of Action Learning but are not sure what it’s all about? Dr. Billy Coop, Associate Professor at Business School Netherlands, lifts the lid on this pioneering methodology. In this article, you’ll learn all about Action Learning and how it benefits MBA students in their careers.

5 life-changing effects of the International MBA at EADA

EADA MBA

We all know the economic benefits of an MBA. But, how do these programs help you grow as a person? Maggie Hamerly, a graduate of the International MBA at EADA Business School, shares the myriad ways the course changed her life.

How VR is changing education: A deep dive into OWNIT training

How VR is changing education: A deep dive into Ownit training

In the past few years, we’ve heard a lot about the potential of virtual reality in the academic space and how it will shape things in the future. But, VR company OWNIT has shown that it’s already a reality. MBAGRADSCHOOLS caught up with OWNIT’s Kees van Meeuwen and Fiona Dekker who gave us a peek behind the scenes (or through the VR glasses) and explained how VR is changing education right now. From training transferable skills in MBA courses to practical applications in the workplace, VR is a transformative force.

Thinking about moving abroad for an MBA? Here are a few things to consider

Thinking about moving abroad for an MBA? Here are a few things to consider

For many prospective students, the idea of moving abroad for an MBA can seem almost impossible. However, NUS Business School graduate Safira Ardelia Djati is here to bust some myths about this. Having moved from her native Indonesia, Safira told MBAGRADSCHOOLS how an MBA can help you settle in and offered advice to prospective students who want to follow the same path.

Want to study while you work? 4 things we’ve learned about the SCU Evening MBA

SCU Evening MBA

The Evening MBA program at Santa Clara University’s Leavey School of Business offers a flexible postgraduate business education from the heart of Silicon Valley. Keep reading to learn more about SCU Evening MBA alumna and Senior Product Manager, Gwendoline Tuma’s journey, in which she combined tech and leadership skills to revolutionize her company’s strategic approach.