Increasingly, students are being lured abroad to gain the diverse cultural perspectives valued by the companies where they eventually want to work, as well as for their own personal edification.
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When the traditional two-year, full-time MBA program just isn’t in the cards, take heart. There’s a growing contingent of alternatives for the career-minded woman, whether considering an MBA in the near future or planning for it further down the career path.
While Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and her critics argue over who's to blame for the glass ceiling -- women or society -- one potential equalizer getting short shrift in the conversation is education, in particular an MBA.
From open enrollment to closed, alumni-only programs to short executive sessions and longer certificate programs, now there are more, and more varied, continuing education alternatives for you to choose from.
“Marketing is where the fun is,” says William Carner, who teaches marketing in the McCombs School of Business at UT Austin.
Joanna Krotz wants women to stop throwing like girls—giving away money and time without being strategic and goal-oriented.
In less than four years, there will be 10,000 more women in the world with a business education. And according to Goldman, Sachs & Co., the benefits of that education will accrue to far more people than those directly receiving it.
Get the facts about financial services.
Investment managers are paid to make money for their clients by managing their portfolios buying and selling securities so as to ensure diversification, and maintaining a level of risk and return that the client wants.
For Eddwina Gregg, her summer internship started long before she even got the offer from Citigroup.