B-School News Roundup

A computer-generated illustration of the proposed CBA Building at the University of Nebraska Image courtesy of the University of Nebraska

B-Schools Ambivalent About New GMAT Section: Survey: MBA Admission Officials Uncertain About Revised GMAT (U.S. News & World Report)

Hobsons Expands Reach in MBA Market: Beat the GMAT Acquired by Education Giant Hobsons (VentureBeat)

Young B-School With International Vision Stands Out in Crowded Market: Hult Breeds Disruption in the MBA Market (Forbes)

University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s B-School Invests $84 Million in New Facility:  New CBA Building Expected to Boost Competitive Edge in Big Ten (Daily Nebraskan)

Shaking Australia’s B-Schools Out of Mediocrity: The Online Learning Revolution… (Sydney Morning Herald)

New Group Works to Obtain More Resources for African B-Schools: Africa: Building Management Education Capacity in Africa (AllAfrica.com)

Coursera, EdX Present New Threat to Business Schools: Free, High-Quality and With Mass Appeal (Financial Times)

Seoul’s Kaist College of Business Stays Ahead of the Curve in Asia: A Korean Institution’s Global Outlook (New York Times)

Video Essay Gains Popularity at Two Top Canadian Business Schools: 90 Seconds to MBA Acceptance (Globe and Mail)

Five Myths About Indian Business Schools: The Business of B-Schools (Business Today)

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