What will 2014 hold for online learning? Will online learning make good on its promise to democratise education, providing first world learning for those in developing countries? These and other questions are now being answered by the Financial Times’ panel of experts.

On the panel are:

Douglas Shackelford, dean of the Kenan-Flagler school at the University of North Carolina
Mark Taylor, dean at Warwick Business School
Simon Nelson, chief executive of Future Learn
Della Bradshaw, editor of Financial Times Business Education

 

“Despite a conviction for fraud, which billionaire said he was planning to stand in the European elections?” and “Which internet company turned down Daniek Ek, the founder of Spotify, for a job?” were just two of the questions in the FT’s Business School Challenge, which launched this week. Seven European business schools participated and and the winner was…… Read more

Could an MBA help you in your career? If so, how much would it cost? And how do you choose the right programme? These and other questions are now being answered by the Financial Times’ panel of experts:

- David Schmittlein, dean of MIT Sloan School of Management in the US
- Brian Rolfes, head of global recruiting at McKinsey
- Caroline Diarte Edwards, a director of Fortuna Admissions
- Anne Pao, MBA graduate of the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business in South Africa
- Della Bradshaw, FT Business Education Editor

Moderated by Charlotte Clarke

 

Are you considering studying at a European business school? Why are business schools in the UK, France and Germany distinctive? These and other questions are now being answered by the Financial Times’ panel of experts:

- Jean-Michel Blanquer, dean of Essec Business School in France
- Jörg Rocholl, dean of the European School of Management and Technology in Germany
- Francisco Veloso, dean of Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics in Portugal
- Abhinav Charan, MBA student at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School in the UK
- Della Bradshaw, FT Business Education Editor

Moderated by Charlotte Clarke

 

A live blog from FT.com 

As part of our MBA Gender Gap week, Marco Biava, our blogger from Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, and Ekta Malhotra, our blogger from EMBA-Global Asia, are taking part in this live interactive blog to share their experience of studying at business school with our readers.

Find out firsthand what the gender dynamics are like in their classrooms.

Moderated by Charlotte Clarke in London.

 

As part of our MBA Gender Gap week, Christine Cheng, our blogger from Essec Business School, and John Hayden, our blogger from Hec Paris, are taking part in this live interactive blog to share their experience of studying at business school with our readers.

Find out firsthand what the gender dynamics are like in their classrooms.

Moderated by Charlotte Clarke in London.

 

As part of our MBA Gender Gap week, Ramesh Chander, our blogger from University of Oxford Saïd Business School, and Linda Groarke, our blogger from Open University Business School, are taking part in this live interactive blog to share their experience of studying at business school with our readers. Find out firsthand what the gender dynamics are like in their classrooms.

 

As part of our MBA Gender Gap week, Jennifer Soffen, our blogger from Harvard Business School is taking part in this live interactive blog to share her experience of studying at business school with our readers. Find out firsthand what the gender dynamics are like in her classroom.

 

Could an Executive MBA help you in your career? If so, how much would it cost? And how do you choose the right programme? These and other questions are now being answered by the Financial Times’ panel of experts.

On the panel are:

Nick Binedell, dean of the University of Pretoria’s Gordon Institute of Business Science,
Mahendra Gupta, dean at Olin Business School at Washington University,
Steef Van de Velde, dean at Erasmus University Rotterdam School of Management,
Bernard Yeung, dean at the National University of Singapore Business School,
Della Bradshaw, editor of Financial Times Business Education

 

Earlier this month, the judges of our Global Fund for Children MBA Challenge met at the Financial Times. The challenge invited teams of students to develop recommendations for community-based organisations working with vulnerable children, that helped them focus on their long-term business sustainability plans.

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