Cranfield School of Management News
US Business Schools Inject Global Entrepreneurship Fever Into Education
US b-school report highlights growing appetite for entrepreneurial training among MBAs
posted on: 09/02/2015 | No comment
Business Schools Fight To Boost Numbers Of Female Start-Up Entrepreneurs
Measures to boost female-led ventures rolled out across education sector.
posted on: 08/12/2015 | No comment
INSEAD Start-Up Raises $100M To Help MBA Students Crowdfund Their Tuition
Prodigy Finance helps MBAs raise money online. Financing led by Balderton Capital and Credit Suisse.
posted on: 08/09/2015 | No comment
Flow Of Venture Capital Into Business Students' Ventures Picks Up
As graduates turn away from corporate careers, schools are pumping investment into their fledgling s…
posted on: 07/28/2015 | No comment
Harvard Initiative Highlights Women’s Leadership Drive At Elite B-Schools
Harvard effort underscores drive to promote women's access to business education — key to closing …
posted on: 07/23/2015 | No comment
Launched in 1967, Cranfield School of Management is one of the UK’s most established business schools. It forms part of Cranfield University, a highly regarded graduate-level institution nestled in a small village of 6,000 people. The rural location is 50 miles from the London and just 15 minutes to Milton Keynes, one of the UK's fastest-growing business centers.
The school’s one-year MBA program is ranked first in the UK and third in the world by the Wall Street Journal. It has one of the largest faculties in Europe and the second highest staff : student ratio in the UK. But it's not all work at Cranfield! Boats, planes and music all feature heavily in extracurricular life. Cranfield boasts its own operational airport used by the University’s own fleet of aircraft for aerospace teaching and research. It is also home to Europe's most established MBA yachting event for which 200 students traveled from across the globe to participate in last year's race. If music is more your thing, mark “Cranstock” in your diary - the university's very own music festival.
With the challenges facing most businesses, Cranfield is aware that fewer organisations are able to fully fund development of their talent. With this in mind, Cranfield's corporate bursary offers considerable savings towards the cost of tuition fees on their Executive MBA and portfolio of Executive Masters Programmes, including Executive MSc International HR Management, Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Managing Organisational Performance and lastly Programme & Project Management. The bursary also increases where several individuals apply from one organisation for a particular programme in the same year, and as Cranfield's Part Time programmes equip senior managers with the tools to perform at their best, value is added back into the business from day one.
If you are considering sponsoring a member of staff, or you are going to approach your Head of Learning and Development/Talent and would like to hear more about the Corporate Bursary on offer, please contact Business Development Director of Graduate Programmes Michele Gray on +44 (0)1234 754377 or email email@example.com. Alternatively, view Cranfield's website dedicated to companies wishing to develop their talent http://www.som.cranfield.ac.uk/som/masters