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New global executive MBA program for health care and life sciences professionals

The 18-month degree program, launched by the University of Torontoís Rotman School of Management, begins in 2018 and will be divided between Toronto, the San Francisco area, and Singapore

Which one is best for you? Choose between Wharton and Chicago Booth

When you're faced with a choice of two great schools, which way do you go? We bring you a comparison.

University of Southampton B-school to conduct admissions sessions in India

The sessions will be held in Mumbai, Pune, Delhi and Chennai, up to February 28, and students who meet requirements will be offered provisional admission on the spot

Flinders University to offer a 100% tuition scholarship for business studies

The university is offering this, as well as a number of 15% tuition fee scholarships, to eligible and outstanding postgraduate business students from India.

'Have a 5-year vision for where you want to be'

Dr. Raghu Santanam, chair of the Information Systems department at Arizona State Universityís W.P. Carey School of Business, shares great advice for aspiring students, and his views on the tech fields and skills of the future.

Get a Sports Management Degree: Earn Big Bucks

There's a significant growth in sports management education programs to keep pace with the hiring needs of the booming sports industry.

'Business schools need to equip their students with human capital and social capital'

Heather McGregor, Executive Dean of Edinburgh Business School, discusses how her institution fosters diversity, including full funding for one female student in the new MBA in entrepreneurship

University of Dundee invites applications for its BSc (Hons) Business Management

Applications are still open for University of Dundee's BSc (Hons) in Business Management.

The new NYU Stern MBA application looks for emotional intelligence

NYU's Stern School of Business recently added a required EQ recommendation, and dropped its famous creative essay in favor of what itís calling a 'Pick Six' essay.

Yale University offers a New Master's Degree in Systemic Risk

The first-of-its-kind, year-long specialized masterís degree provides a grounding in crisis prevention, systemic risk regulation and monetary policy

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