Monthly Archives: January 2013

Lee Mrnjavac, Iese Business School

There is much more to a business school than its MBA programme as one blogger has found. Involement in the school’s conference on responsible business has provided an insight into the challenges beyond the classroom Read more

Ashish Rastogi, IIM Calcutta

A course on creating and managing new ventures proved to be very interesting for one blogger. Being an entrepreneur he discovered is no easy task Read more

Thomas Pedrick, University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business

Given the release of the FT MBA rankings this week I would firstly like to take the opportunity to congratulate the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business for its inclusion once again in the rankings. The rankings are a great tool for benchmarking target schools. Read more

Katie Sherning, Cranfield School of Management

The second term is well underway. Career development is at the front of everyone’s minds and 360 feedback has proved extremely useful Read more

Karen Allardice, Melbourne Business School

When choosing a business school a period of self reflection is essential. You need to decide what your priorities are Read more

Ashish Rastogi, IIM Calcutta

When choosing a business school the rankings are a good starting point  Read more

Eunice Benedicto, Durham University Business School

What do you look for when selecting a business school? One blogger gives her opinion Read more

Wing Lee, Ceibs

The rankings give students an overview of where schools are positioned according to a range of criteria Read more

Liliana Diaconu, Brandeis International Business School

One blogger made full use of the rankings when she chose a business school and MBA programme Read more

Arun Chaubey, Indian School of Business

What are the top three criteria when it comes to choosing a business school? One blogger gives his opnion Read more

Kyle Wu, Thunderbird School of Global Management

“So why Thunderbird?” This question comes at me almost daily. I was drawn to Thunderbird for two reasons. The first, I must admit, was the rankings. Read more

Helen Casey, Imperial Business School EMBA

One blogger sets out the steps she took before taking the plunge and deciding to do an MBA Read more

Derek Laan, Sungkyunkwan - Kelley School of Business

When choosing a business school and an MBA programme, the FT Global MBA rankings are a great way to start Read more

Ibad Hyder, National University of Singapore

The rankings are a useful tool when selecting a business school, but one blogger points out that there a lot of factors which come into play, not just if the school is in the top five or not  Read more

Brigitte Roediger, University of Stellenbosch

How do you go about choosing a business school and how much weight do you give the rankings? Here is one blogger’s view. Read more

Linda Groarke, Open University Business School

How do you choose which MBA programme and which business school? One MBA blogger made full use of the Financial Times Global MBA rankings Read more

Stephen Garden, London Business School

One blogger writes about using the rankings as a tool to select the business school and MBA programme that is right for you.  Read more

Noel Hanssens, University of Hong Kong

Rankings can be a brilliant resource for students who are considering going to business school and wish to search the wide range of MBA programmes on offer. Read more

Helen Casey, Imperial Business School EMBA

One blogger is readily able to apply MBA lessons to real life activities and is confident that her programme will help her to succeed  Read more

Lubica Valentova, HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management

The decision to study for an MBA and then choosing a business school are not easy ones  Read more

Andi Caruso, SDA Bocconi

Looking for a job? Then take the advice of one MBA blogger and network, network, network. Read more

Lubica Valentova, HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management

Moving to another country to study for an MBA is always a slight culture shock. Even if your country of study is similar to your country of birth there will still be surprises along the way.
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Diana Mak, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University

The end of the MBA programme is drawing closer, but there remains the written thesis to complete  Read more