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Business Schools

In this section of WeAreTheCity you will find information about which business schools are on offer and which one to pick. business schools

Find out how to apply for an MBA programme, how much an MBA costs and how long it will take to complete.

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Catherine Whitaker EtonX featured
18
Jan

A chat with Catherine Whitaker, CEO & Head of Learning, EtonX

Catherine Whitaker is CEO of EtonX, an online provider of soft skills. EtonX, a subsidiary of Eton College, is addressing the emerging worldwide issue of teenagers having great grades but lacking in soft skills, such as critical thinking and interpersonal skills, that aren’t formally taught in many international schools. In this article, Catherine tells us...
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16
Jan

Is an IMPM for you? Sharon Cohen, Vice President, Fairmont Brand Management, AccorHotels, tells us how the program helped her

Sharon Cohen is Vice President of Fairmont Brand Management for AccorHotels in Paris, France and a graduate of the International Masters Program for Managers (IMPM). As the leader of the Fairmont brand, Sharon is responsible for Fairmont’s global brand strategy, product development and positioning and brand standards. She works closely with other teams in AccorHotels’...
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15
Jan

The MBA as a bridge to the real business world

Universities have modified their MBA programmes to include activities that confront participants with real-world business challenges.  The MBA is designed to propel professionals into the top echelons of the business world. But how do MBA programmes give students a taste of the real business action? While enrolled in an MBA programme, students want to be...
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08
Jan

Is an IMPM for you? Lili Hall, Founder, President & CEO of KNOCK Inc. tells us how the program helped her

Lili Hall is the founder, president and CEO of KNOCK Inc. and a graduate of the International Masters Program for Managers (IMPM). Lili Hall founded Minneappolis-based creative agency KNOCK Inc. in 2001 after 14 years in brand-building and business development with international brands. As KNOCK’s founder and president, Lili has grown KNOCK into a successful...
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04
Jan

Is an IMPM for you? Christina Foerster, CEO, Brussels Airlines tells us how the Masters helped her

Christina Foerster is the CEO of Brussels Airlines and a graduate of the International Masters Program for Managers (IMPM). Christina is the first-ever woman to head a Lufthansa Group airline and plays an important role in the common future of the Belgian home carrier and the Eurowings Group. Tell us a bit about yourself, your...
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28
Dec

Why management school is the key to advancing your management career

  By Dean Isabelle Bajeux-Besnainou There are a number of reasons why managers and executives enrol in management development programs at a Masters level. Maybe you are looking for a higher salary, better networking opportunities, a promotion or even a change in career. Or perhaps you are just looking to challenge yourself with new knowledge,...
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19
Nov

One year on | Female scholars reflect on their EMBA experiences

After completing a year on the world-class Oxford Executive MBA at Saïd Business School, two female scholarship winners reflect on their first year together at Oxford and look forward to the final few months ahead. The programme is designed to help business leaders to realise their potential whilst continuing to thrive in their careers. Dr...
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02
Mar

Oxford study shows exactly what it takes for a woman to become CEO

Don’t wait to be asked, don’t count on others, play the long game, actively ‘own’ your career and develop a unique leadership style: these are the principal recommendations to aspiring women leaders that come out of a study of female CEOs by academics from Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. ‘Despite an abundance of organisational...
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