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Beyond the Business School Classroom: Real-World Experience With Co-operative Education http://bit.ly/1o0etfU
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The University of Chicago's business school will give eight full tuition scholarships annually to professionals in the nonprofit and government fields. http://trib.in/1ninErS
The University of Chicago 's business school will give eight full tuition scholarships annually to professionals in the nonprofit and government fields, reflecting a growing investment among business schools in the social sectors.
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Less than 5 percent of the world’s more than 16,500 institutions offering business degrees have earned AACSB Accreditation. http://bit.ly/1n3iNuq
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The Story of a Digital Teddy Bear Shows How College Learning Is Changing
At a vast consumer electronics show last week, student entrepreneurs matched their corporate counterparts in pitching products for teaching. Whether any of them catches on is anyone’s guess.
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Today's MBA programs, particularly those at AACSB-accredited schools, offer a wide array of concentration choices. http://bit.ly/1Qh7Z7L
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For students who are changing careers, or sure of where they want their career to go, an MBA concentration provides a strong signal on your résumé to potential employers about where your interest and expertise lies, which can make the difference between whether you are hired or not into a particular job. http://bit.ly/1Y4ZPic
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Video: With the Financial Times’ release of their 2016 Global MBA Rankings yesterday, there’s currently a lot of media buzz around business school rankings. But how did business school rankings get started in the first place? AACSB International interviewed the man himself, John Byrne, who first came up with the idea of a ranking system for business degree programs. http://bit.ly/1PvUL7D
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Soon the Financial Times (FT) will release its 2016 Global MBA rankings. Accounting for full-time MBA programs worldwide, this list is a hierarchical collection of the “top” 100 MBA programs based on specific criteria defined by the FT. http://bit.ly/1OGcWlv
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AACSB Accreditation is considered the “highest standard of quality” for business schools, and with 745 accredited institutions in 50 countries, over 1,450 member institutions, and more than 40,000 thought leaders, educators, volunteers, and business innovators in 90 countries, AACSB’s mission and reach impacts over 2 million students around the world each year. http://bit.ly/1n3iNuq
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For students who are changing careers, or sure of where they want their career to go, an MBA concentration provides a strong signal on your résumé to potential employers about where your interest and expertise lies, which can make the difference between whether you are hired or not into a particular job. http://bit.ly/1Y4ZPic
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AACSB Accreditation was first established in 1919. Today, AACSB Accreditation is the most recognized and rigorous achievement a that business school can earn for its programs (at the undergraduate, master's, and doctoral level). AACSB Accreditation is accepted worldwide by both institutions and employers. There are more than 600 accredited institutions in more than 40 countries. Less than 5% of the world's business degree programs have achieved AACSB Accreditation.
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