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    The niche MBA

    Business education is going niche. The traditional MBA has long been regarded as the gold standard for aspiring business leaders. However, recent years have witnessed...

    Improving female inclusion in business education

    Amy Major longs for a day when there wouldn’t be a need to report a board’s gender diversity. As the MBA programme director at...

    The evidence: it’s complicated

    The issue of research evidence in Edtech can be thorny. It doesn’t help that the market is crowded with tools and products, some of which...

    The rise of interdisciplinary degrees

    Interdisciplinary collaboration has long been accepted as an indispensable element of modern university research. But only now are genuinely broad postgraduate – and even...

    How universities are tapping the heat beneath our feet to go green

    As our planet gets hotter and hotter, industries around the world are setting targets to achieve carbon neutrality, and higher education is no exception....

    Keeping an eye on your data

    Every business today is a technology business, each generating vast amounts of data. This has created remarkable opportunities and challenges. The datasphere, the term for...

    What role does creativity play in business school education?

    It was traditionally thought that creativity and business were on opposite sides of the spectrum. But business has long evolved beyond stuffy boardrooms and...

    Making sustainability a part of university ethos

    We are in the middle of a global climate emergency. And although this is a harrowing thought, today, there are innovators, forward-thinkers and activists...

    The silent storm: The climate crisis’ impact on student mental health

    'Climate anxiety’ has gained increasing traction in the media, but the relationship between climate change and mental health is a relatively new study, especially...

    Bahrain: The pearl of the gulf

    Bahrain’s investment in its higher education sector is paying off with its improved quality of programmes, but still faces challenges in setting itself apart...

    Online education? No thanks

    Students in the UK are shunning online learning and wanting to return to physical classes, prompting educators to reflect whether it is time to...

    The immersive future of outreach

    Is virtual reality a gimmick, a headache or a unique tool for accessibility and inspiration? For research communicators, VR is finally coming of age...

    From parity to planet

    What does it mean to empower and educate a woman in today's environment? By changing one woman's world, we are setting the stage for...

    When an international student isn’t an international student

    The realities of international student visa fraud have caused many governments to start cracking down on unsuspecting prospective students and universities. The United States,...

    First day on campus

    For many, the month of August represents new beginnings, especially with international students preparing for short or long trips to the next stage of...

    Filling in the gaps: Japan’s student problem

    Japan's declining population will leave it with 20 percent fewer undergraduates by 2050. What are the challenges the country would face as it tries...

    In pursuit for diversity

    Following the Supreme Court’s ruling, US universities must carefully and meaningfully look at alternative approaches to fostering student diversity within their campuses. Seb Murray...

    Welcome to your new home

    For anyone working in the international education sector, its value as an export and cultural benefit is clear. Those outside, particularly local communities, however,...

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