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.
The shipping industry is one of the most volatile in the world. To thrive in it, you need the skill set to match. Here’s how an MBA in Shipping and Logistics can give you the tools you need to thrive in this challenging industry.
Are you considering an MBA in Healthcare Management to boost your practical business and leadership skills in the healthcare sector? We spoke to Stephan Wittke, an alumnus of Frankfurt School’s MBA in International Healthcare Management program, about his experience, his motivation to persevere with studying during a pandemic, and the benefits of lifelong learning at Frankfurt School.
MBA finance modules can be difficult for many students. But working hard to plug any gaps in your knowledge is the only way you’ll come out of your MBA a better businessperson. We hear from a Professor of Finance at NEOMA Business School to learn how they make finance interesting for students, how they make it a level playing field, and why it’s okay to ask questions.
Marleen Dieleman is an Associate Professor at NUS Business School at the National University of Singapore. An expert in strategy and governance in Asian family business groups, Marleen teaches a course in the NUS MBA program specifically focused on family business in Asia. She told MBAGRADSCHOOLS about the rise of family firms and why studying family businesses in Asia is relevant for any student preparing to do business in the region.
By equipping its students with the hard skills and sense of community to make a difference in the world, the MBA program at the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business at Saint Louis University stands out among its peers. We spoke with David Sanders, Director of One-Year MBA and Assistant Professor in Economics at the university, to learn more about the MBA program’s emphasis on data analytics, diversity, and the rise in international students.
Priya Hurry discovered a passion for luxury during her work as a flight attendant. She explained her unlikely journey from her homeland of Mauritius to becoming an MBA student at the International University of Monaco (IUM).
Everyone is talking about purpose – but why is it so important? And why are schools now crafting MBA programs and courses dedicated to the topic? MBAGRADSCHOOLS spoke to Dr. Elco van Burg, Professor of Organizational Theory at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, about the school’s new “Organizing with purpose” course and why purpose should play a bigger role in MBA programs at large.
Having already spent time in two vastly different cultures in China and the USA, Ning Li experienced yet another culture change after moving to Denmark to study at Copenhagen Business School. Here’s her MBA story.