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According to Bloomberg Businessweek's recruiter survey, Stanford came out on top in terms of employer reputation. Although US schools dominate the list, European institutions like INSEAD, IMD, and London Business School also cracked the top 20.
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Almost a fifth of students identify a 'return on investment' as an important factor when choosing an MBA. Ranked number one for a second year running was Stanford, followed by Harvard, then Wharton.
The Forbes 30 Under 30 list reveals the world’s best and brightest young minds. But where did they go to business school?
Should you get an MBA or a CFA? There is some overlap between the two qualifications, but they serve different markets.
Traditionally, an MBA acts as a stepping stone to a wide array of senior management roles, while the CFA is more technical, making it more relevant to specialist finance roles like asses management.
According to the UN's World Happiness Report, Northern Europe is the the happiest area on Earth. Finland earned the top spot, closely followed by Denmark and Norway. Factoring in happiness when choosing your study destination could even help you to be more productive.
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As in 2018, US schools dominated the top of the table where GMAT scores were concerned.
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