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More MBAs Spent the Summer 'Sticking It to the Man'

This piece originally appeared on Poets&Quants.

For generations of MBAs, the summer has been a time to intern with a world-class company paying world-class money. McKinsey, Goldman Sachs , and Google are at the top of many resume-boosting opportunities that pay students median monthly salaries of more than $10,000 a month. 3,655 more words


British business schools can take advantage of Brexit

By Zahir Irani, Professor of Sustainable Business Operations, Brunel Business School

On the face of it, Britain’s business schools are at the raw end of Brexit. 743 more words


Online fast track MBA. The sure-fire way to succeed. An evaluation.

Online fast track MBA could be the smartest option available to the working professional who are hedged about their commitment towards life and professional career and thinking of getting a management wing to their resume. 461 more words


Benefits And Job Opportunities By Pursuing MBA In Information Systems

Professionals trained in information systems are seen playing vital roles in the technological development and overall growth of firms. No decision can ever be taken without conferring with them as information technology departments are a key to all big and small operations in major firms. 453 more words

How to prepare for mba Entrance Exams

MBA Entrance Exams

The importance of MBA Entrance Exams in choosing the Master of Business Administration (MBA) which is one of the most coveted Post Graduate Qualifications across the world. 276 more words

Business Schools

How More Women Can Get an MBA in Pakistan

By M.Abdullah Tariq

Education for women in Pakistan was never a piece of cake. It took years after independence that now people are realizing the significance of education for women in Pakistan. 619 more words

MBA Studies

Turning Academic Research Into Public Engagement

In the eyes of the public, academic research is not innovative or engaging, nor does it create an impact on society. One renowned 2007 study claimed that 50 percent of academic papers are read only by their authors and journal editors, and 90 percent are never cited, which signifies that no one finds them useful. 166 more words

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