B Schools Bitten By The Global BugLori Bongiorno
Every other Thursday for the past 15 months, Charles Cooper-Driver flew from London to Philadelphia. Another business trip? Hardly. He was going to school, attending the executive MBA program at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School. "The travel time is not that bad," says the managing director of a London-based marketing communications firm. "You get very used to functioning under jet lag, and you can get a lot of studying done on the plane."
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