More and more business schools are revamping their curricula–not only to remain competitive with one other, but also to ensure that their students are developing the skills necessary for success in today’s changing world. Planning on getting an MBA in the near future? Pay attention: Your education will most likely reflect these changes.
This week’s MBA News Roundup features stories on updated b-school program offerings, as well as the experience of venturing abroad for a fulfilling educational and cultural experience. Enjoy!
Planning to attend business school in 2012? Be prepared for a new education at schools like Wharton, Yale, Stanford and most likely many others in the near future. Read more details in this Bloomberg post.
The International Business Times reports that Johns Hopkins are accepting applications for their inaugural EMBA class that begins May 2011. Want an MBA in 18 months? This may be a great option for you.
More and more Chinese students are coming to the United States for an MBA and the educational experiences seem to be occurring both inside and outside of the classroom. Be sure to check out this Poets and Quants article for more.
In contrast to the previous article in the Roundup, CNN‘s Business 360 blog points out that although more Asian students are applying abroad to business school, more westerners are also applying to schools in Asia as well.
This Wall Street Journal article features an interview with the president of the MBA Career Services Counsel, a professional association, who provides insight into what students can expect for post-MBA job searching.
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