Diversity and Inclusion MBA programs

Why work-life balance matters in this Executive MBA's admissions process

Why work-life balance matters in this Executive MBA’s admissions process

Why SSE is an important part of the Swedish business community The Executive MBA program and the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) more generally have deep roots and are very connected with the Swedish business community. “We are still very connected with Swedish business life,” Ann-Kristin says. “We have among our corporate partners who are …

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Synchronous vs. asynchronous learning

Is asynchronous learning more inclusive than on-campus learning?

Synchronous vs. asynchronous learning Mary Farmer, a professor at the University of British Columbia with over twenty years of experience in remote learning, defines asynchronous learning as the following: “Asynchronous [online] learning means not in real-time. That means that students are not, at least by planning, on the platform at the same time. The online …

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MBA Pride: Amplifying LGBTQ+ voices in business schools

MBA Pride: Amplifying LGBTQ+ voices in business schools

Challenging convention through diversity & inclusion While LGBTQ+ rights have advanced dramatically over the past 20 years, there is still a long way to go when it comes to shaping inclusive environments. According to BCG, for example, 40% of LGBTQ+ employees are closeted at work. For Dr. Adriana Navarro Suárez, Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellow at …

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Cambridge MBA

How this Cambridge MBA student went from professional dancer to non-profit director

Brandon O’Dell (United States) – Cambridge MBA   Choose a program that embraces uniqueness and diversity When Brandon started to look at different MBA options, Cambridge’s overarching mission and prioritization of diversity really made their programs stand out for him. He says, “I saw the program at Cambridge, the sort of mission around the program …

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ESMT Berlin MBA students

Why this student decided to move to Berlin after spending only 48 hours in this bustling city

Beverly Dodard-Guillaume (Canada) – ESMT Berlin MBA   The price tag: Affordable cost of study and living In 2014, Germany made headlines after abolishing tuition fees for undergraduate students. MBA programs, however, do not fall under this category, so their tuition fees are representative of the high standard of education in the country. MBA students …

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