Stephen Morse, Said Business School, Oxford

Social entrepreneurship and philanthropy may be different but as the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative shows the two are becoming more connected  Read more

Eduardo Alvarado Vásquez

In both business school and medical practice, being part of a team provides invaluable support – everyone can help each other Read more

Jess Webb, University of Edinburgh Business School

MBA candidates need to develop analytics skills – not necessarily as technical experts doing the analytical work themselves, but to gain confidence and comfort around data science and management Read more

Wai Chan, FT

Given the political and economic crises in Europe, what is the future for European schools – and is it a good place to study?

Our experts will answer your questions from 2 to 3 pm GMT on Wednesday, December 9. Send your questions to ask@ft.com or add these to the right-hand side of this post, under “Live reader comments.” On the panel are:

John BoardJohn Board is dean of Henley Business School, UK. Previously, Prof Board was director of the ICMA Centre at the University of Reading – a training alliance between the securities industry and various organisations.

Marion DebruyneMarion Debruyne is dean of Vlerick Business School, Belgium. Prof Debruyne has worked in various industries such as healthcare and financial services. She was also a visiting doctoral fellow at the Wharton School.

Danica PurgDanica Purg is president and founder of IEDC Bled School of Management, Slovenia. Prof Purg is also chair of the 2013 steering committee of The Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME).

Della BradshawDella Bradshaw is the FT business education editor. She manages all our business education coverage. Ms Bradshaw also devised and launched the first FT business school rankings in 1999.

 

Luca Sabia, Durham Business School

Entrepreneur Bryan Morton, he gave me some interesting things to ponder. Here are some of his top tips, which I think all businessmen should think about Read more

Stephen Morse, Said Business School, Oxford

Providing the perfect opportunity to invest in real companies, the fund’s pool of money can be distributed to current students, alumni, faculty and staff who are working on interesting for-profit projects Read more

Muchero Mutizwa, Gordon Institute of Business Science

What a long year. First year classes are now behind us and only one exam stands between me and a nice relaxing beach holiday. Read more

Laura Melina Loeven, Nanyang Business School

Every Monday morning, Professor Gibbons walked into the lecture theatre with a smile on his face. Read more

Jess Webb, University of Edinburgh Business School

Finding ways to balance workload with play is a major benefit of studying for an MBA in a place like Edinburgh, says Jess Webb  Read more

Sunny Sheng, Copenhagen Business School

Sunny Sheng from Copenhagen Business School on the circular economy, networking, elevator pitches and more Read more

Stephen Morse, Said Business School, Oxford

To hop from speaker to speaker, to debate, to drink, to dinner, to a show in one night would not be possible in most places, according to MBA blogger Stephen Morse. In Oxford, he says, it is.  Read more

Jess Webb, University of Edinburgh Business School

Be crisp. Do not waste words. You won’t have the floor for an unlimited period of time, so when you do, make it count.  Read more

Stephen Morse, Said Business School, Oxford

The Paris terrorist attacks have far-reaching consequences, says Oxford’s Stephen Morse Read more

Laura Melina Loeven, Nanyang Business School

As part of the Nanyang Business School’s MBA curriculum, the batch of 2016 conducted a 5-day Business Study Mission to Japan. Twelve Japan-based multinationals welcomed the students from NBS to their office and offered truly inspiring insights into their corporate strategies. Melina Loeven presents a report of insightful discourses with Japan’s top leaders and summaries the key take-aways from her trip. Read more

Stephen Morse, Said Business School, Oxford

Giving up caffeine brings its own highs and lows, says Oxford’s Stephen Morse Read more

Sunny Sheng, Copenhagen Business School

After a short break, everyone at Copenhagen Business School is ready to tackle term two, says MBA blogger Sunny Sheng  Read more

Brenden Sheehan, Thunderbird School of Global Management

Thunderbird’s Career Management Center provides Brenden Sheehan the opportunity for teamwork Read more

Muchero Mutizwa, Gordon Institute of Business Science

Everyone has that one subject that gives them sleepless nights even before they start it. That subject for me was corporate finance.

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Eduardo Alvarado Vásquez

The flexibility of an online course persuaded medic Eduardo Alvarado Vásquez that he was ready to study for an MBA. Read more

Stephen Morse, Said Business School, Oxford

Flashback to summer 2004. I’d just completed my Freshman year of college and I was ready to take on the world… kind of. Read more

Julia Wrenn McInnis, Chicago Booth

Chicago Booth MBA student Julia McInnis begins her search for the perfect internship Read more

Jess Webb, University of Edinburgh Business School

The recent ‘incident’ with Volkswagen’s software manipulation has helped to shed light on the reputational risk issues companies face when it comes to their ethical, social and governance decisions. Read more

Stephen Morse, Said Business School, Oxford

Saïd Business School is a later-stage start-up, says MBA student Stephen Morse, and still adapting to its success  Read more

Stephen Morse, Said Business School, Oxford

Stephen Morse feels fortunate to have the “Nuxoll advantage”. Read more

Jess Webb, University of Edinburgh Business School

Jess Webb discovers that learning at a school that is part of a university brings some benefits.  Read more