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further education
10
Jul

Deciding to do an Executive MBA: “When you know, you know”

By Reema Mehra, current Oxford EMBA student A native of Seoul, South Korea, yet equally at home in the U.S., Reema is particularly well suited to see things from a global viewpoint given her international background. A resident of Dubai, UAE, Reema began her career in the U.S., where she considers to be her “second...
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15
Jun

Your bridge to board level performance | Oxford Executive Diplomas

Launched in 2006, the Oxford Executive Diplomas are four part-time postgraduate Oxford University qualifications designed for experienced professionals. These individual programmes provide a deep-dive into; Financial Strategy, Global Business, Organisational Leadership and Strategy and Innovation. Taught in Oxford in four, four-day modules over a year, the diploma format maximises organisational and personal impact, while minimising disruption to work...
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16
May

Female students from London Business School reflect on their experiences

Women at London Business School (LBS) are a diverse group of individuals, with our female students and alumnae at the forefront of every sector and industry around the globe. We believe that a first-class education combined with the support of an inspiring global community is integral in preparing women for leadership roles. Armed with an...
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14
May

Beyond the classroom: why continual education matters

Article provided by Oksana Afonina, Senior Director of EMEA Growth at AppLovin Whether you finished education in Year 13 or university, it’s normal to consider this part of your life finished as you enter the workforce. The truth is, education is crucial for personal development and career progression. While education requires time and commitment, education...
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13
May

Working ways to learn

There are so many weeks in support of different causes and initiatives during the year, it’s hard to work out which to focus on.  But Learning at Work week starting on 13th May is one we can all use to springboard action, whether you work freelance or are part of a bigger venture. To make...
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28
Mar

Catapult to career success | How the Oxford MSc in Major Programme Management Scholarships for Women can help take your career to the next level

Ann McCall, an alumna of the Oxford MSc in Major Programme Management 2015-17 class at Saïd Business School reflects on how major programme managers can help equip themselves to progress their careers and how the School’s scholarships for women can support this. Ann has a wealth of knowledge in the field of radioactive waste management, with...
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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

Not going to uni? How to fast track from the classroom to the corporate world | Geri Ivanova

Despite gaining places at all of her university choices, Geri Ivanova knew a further three years of study was not for her. As an ambitious student Geri was keen to enter the world of work immediately but was unsure of the best route to take. After attending an open day at Quest Professional – a...
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