Global MBAs, the liberal arts, polyglottery and, as ever, rankings. Outlook’s 2018 B-schools package is here.
A keen sense of emerging trends in business education is crucial in choosing the right course
As the world shrinks and businesses grow and expand to new regions and countries, business schools have come round to the realisation that people who speak multiple languages have a major competitive advantage.
Technology-focussed venture capitals are driving the new generation of best-selling brands in the market
Today, technology has opened avenues to global learning from your laptop screen at home.
Global recession, machine-made cheap copies and low tourist inflow push homespun magic into a tailspin
Armed with foreign degrees and global outlook, heirs of family businesses are nudging traditional horizons
How a refurbished private sector is taking forward the higher education mandate in India
One of Britain’s most prestigious tech awards, which resulted in forty companies being taken to the UK so far, the ‘TECH Rocketship Awards 2018 and 2019’, is open to Indian tech startups.
The government’s cram school? Project to tutor rural students for entrance tests
Once a management guru, M. Mahadevan took his theories to the market and turned into a visionary restaurateur
Broad skillsets, enterprise and hands-on experience are trending in US B-schools
Eight films tip over Rs 100 cr in eight months, Bollywood’s having a golden run this year
Showbiz isn’t enough for this star cast
Sceptics and those close to the absconding businessman hope that he may beat the charges and come out unscathed from what has turned into one of the biggest political issues of recent times.
You have to ask yourself what advantages studying abroad presents you. While this will vary based on personal circumstances, you have to answer several questions before you decide.
The US is still the most sought after as an education destination
Universities in the UK have very few scholarships at the undergraduate level, but offer several at master’s level and above.
Good colleges, great staying back options and flexible curricula make Canada a top draw
The Asia Pacific region presents relatively unexplored opportunities for our students
Liberal arts colleges offer a humanities-focused alternative
Plentiful jobs, competitive business degrees should attract more students to New Zealand
Australia’s a popular destination, but finding a job after can be hard
Europe has attractive opportunities for Indian students
Globally, an MBA degree tends to require work experience, and is seen as improving managerial abilities.
The ‘marriage’ of liberal arts and technology is important, not one or the other, says author Scott Hartley
Bombarded by peer pressure and impossible beauty standards, Indian children as young as 15 are turning to cosmetic surgery
Prep4future.org aims to initially address the increasing trend of students going abroad for UG and PG education.