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No surprises in the 2014 FT Global MBA Ranking

The Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2014 is out. And no surprises here as the big players retain their top spots. The top ten places are as usual dominated by US heavyweights with Harvard and Stanford occupying places 1 and … Continue reading

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Learning for All: The World Bank Infographic

At the turn of the new millennium, the UN launched a vast campaign whose goal was to create a world with better living conditions. The campaign resulted in the conception of eight Millennium Development Goals. Universal primary education is one … Continue reading

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World Map of Social Networks 2012

Here is an interesting graphic comparison of the social networks most used in each country. Even more interesting to see how usage has changed in only 3 years. Whereas in 2009 some countries were still using local social networks such … Continue reading

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The campus as a part of the brand

In an increasingly standardized , competitive and international market, higher education institutions must differentiate. In order to do this, the brand plays an important role. Formerly the privileged field of large private companies,  in recent years the brand has also become the key for schools and … Continue reading

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Five rules of student engagement for effective university marketing

Can marketing help in tackling falling university applications? (Originally posted on guardian.co.uk, Thursday 29 November 2012) By John Newbold Establish a link between interests and careers The end goal of most prospective university students is not attending lectures for a few … Continue reading

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“The Passing of the Crown”

The Financial Times has published the 2012 edition of its European Business School rankings. Spanish-based IE Business School overtakes HEC of France to become the number one business school in Europe, according to the respected financial newspaper.

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King of Morocco to build first African hub of higher education

Higher education has gone from strength to strength in Morocco in the last 5 years, notably due to the opening of campuses of foreign schools and universities, as well as the county’s own private universities. The competition is getting fierce; … Continue reading

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