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Chinese and emerging market business schools strengthen as applications rise in the pandemic
Applications for the degree are strong despite the pandemic
Former England rugby player George Robson is among graduates building a future in the pandemic
A traumatic encounter as founder of the Children of War Foundation was the trigger for Amel Najjar’s EMBA
Hype around the GPT-3 language model underlines why leaders must know the right questions to ask
EMBAs are sold as a global experience but can that be recreated when travel is restricted?
In our series on new research, a Ceibs professor looks at big names innovating through partnerships
Students and alumni share tips and what it meant for their careers
Academics — and companies — are rethinking their approach to conditions such as ADHD, dyslexia and autism
The nature of the degree and alumni has offered some protection, the FT ranking report shows
Coronavirus sheds fresh light on the economist’s narrow definition of social responsibility
The pandemic is propelling the subject from the academic fringe towards the core curriculum
Do you have a test, or a question, that will show if a potential employee is good at a certain skill?
How the ranking table is compiled
A Dublin EMBA gave Sharon Cunningham the confidence to co-found a cancer treatment company
Executive MBA alumni are weathering the crisis better than most, FT data and charts show
Is there a better way for management consultants to market their services? Let us know
The job title “middle managers” is tired. So what should we call them instead?
Threats of disruptions to manufacturing have shifted focus away from merely driving down costs
How would you use technology to help trainees to become experts?
Your question for our expert — and readers’ advice
Good leadership and record numbers apply to business school
The management thinker Roger Martin argues that to save US democratic capitalism we must not view the economy as a machine
Students are campaigning to drive the subject up the curriculum — and schools are responding
In a series on new academic research, a business school professor explores how we think about difference
What happens to MiM students after graduation?
Resilience and adaptability are required as careers advice and job hunting move online
MIM students and graduates on the difference it has made
Cems and Qtem programmes deliver a ‘masters within a masters’ — an approach others increasingly emulate
Protecting business data now depends on the often shaky set-up in employees’ homes
FT 2020 masters in management ranking shows strong demand
Learn more about how the rankings were compiled
The pandemic has reversed declining interest in the MiM degree
The FT’s global education editor on resilience, plus a closer look at Cems and QTEM and the latest MiM stories
Extraordinary drive — and a masters in management — took Yang Xu to a top role at Kraft Heinz
Black Lives Matter has shone a spotlight on underrepresentation and schools’ responses
Coronavirus has led to a surge in US MiM applications but many employers remain unaware of the degree