Elissa Sangster’s latest Huffington Post piece spotlights key facts college women should know to pursue an MBA at the same rate as men—and our new campaign.
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Women’s full-time enrollment in MBA programs at 36 member schools climbed to 36.2% on average for students—a 3.9 percentage point jump since 2011.
Business schools are increasingly reaching out to undergrad and high-school women—but they can’t turn the tide alone.
Female MBAs—whether they’re pursuing or leveraging the degree—have a unique mark on women’s advancement.
Last year, with new records set by Harvard Business School and Wharton for female MBA enrollment, and with HBS dean Nitin Nohria vowing to double the number of case studies featuring female protagonists in five years, forward momentum on b-school…
“Business school is all about constant change and improvement and response to the market,” said Elissa Sangster.
Forté Executive Director Elissa Sangster analyzes what prevents so many women from rising above mid-level management.
About 17 percent of the students at the University of London’s London Business School’s full-time MBA program hail from North America. Just under one-third are women, according to Bloomberg Businessweek’s latest rankings profile.
Men typically outnumber women in full-time MBA programs – a gender imbalance that has some Canadian business schools rethinking their pitch to top female candidates. With new strategies, including one-on-one recruitment, partnerships with women leadership organizations and donor-funded awards, schools…
WASHINGTON — A woman is mayor of Texas’ largest city, and two others are deans of two of its top law schools. Women have led the University of North Texas, been mayors of Dallas and Fort Worth, served in the…