B-School News Roundup: Canadians Still Love the MBA

B-School News Roundup: Canadians Still Love the MBA
Admissions officers look to Jakarta, Kelley boosts focus on supply chain, and books for MBAs to read over the holidays (Photograph by Lynn Koenig/Getty Images)
Photograph by Lynn Koenig/Getty Images

MBA Hasn’t Lost Its Luster for Aspiring Canadian B-Schoolers: Big Rise in Canadians Wanting to Take MBA (Globe & Mail)

MS in business Analytics, the Next Big Thing: Business Schools Divided on How to Approach Analytics Training (U.S. News & World Report)

Bias Toward Big Companies May Backfire for U.K. B-Schools: Business Schools Ignore Mid-Sized Firms (Telegraph)

Rewriting the MBA Real Estate Curriculum: Business Schools See the Value of Lessons in Real Estate (Financial Times)

Indiana Teams Up With Companies to Form Supply Chain Alliance: IU Kelley Partners Supply Chain Companies With Students, Faculty (Outcome Magazine)

Startups Serve as Classroom for Growing Number of Entrepreneurially Minded Students: Entrepreneurs Provide Practical Experience to Business Students (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Dean Robert Widing II’s Grand Ambitions for Case Western Reserve’s B-School: Weatherhead’s New Dean Aims to Build on Momentum (Crain’s Cleveland Business)

B-School Holiday Reading List: A Novel Approach to Business Books (Wall Street Journal)

The Shifting Profile of the U.K. MBA Student: MBA Candidates Are Moving Against the Conventional Grain (City A.M.)

Jakarta Now on Radar of B-School Admissions Officers: Foreign Business Schools Eye Indonesians (Jakarta Globe)

Ten Questions for University of South Florida’s New B-School Dean: Getting to Know USF Dean of College of Business Moez Limayem (ABC Action News)

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