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By Hanna McLeod Although enrollment in MBA programs across AACSB-accredited schools as a whole has remained relatively steady over the past three years, some changes do emerge once you more closely examine the data, specifically when looking at female representation within the MBA market. Figure 1. MBA Enrollment by Gender... Continue reading
Posted Mar 6, 2017 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
By Hanna McLeod In many regards, faculty represent the engine behind the major activities that occur within the business school. They lead research efforts that shape the knowledge created around business, create curricula and learning experiences that prepare tomorrow’s managers and leaders, and engage with various internal and external stakeholders... Continue reading
Posted Oct 4, 2016 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
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By Hanna McLeod A recent Poets & Quants article brought attention to a “historic gathering” of 10 female deans of leading business schools, which resulted in the articulation of a mission for increasing the number of women within the business school ecosystem, particularly at the student, faculty, and dean levels.... Continue reading
Posted Mar 2, 2015 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
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By Hanna McLeod It is quite likely that most of us are familiar with accounts for how business is changing, and the subsequent demands this has for a nimble workforce. Business schools are facing greater expectations for preparing graduates who can adapt to changing realities. However, what is the workforce... Continue reading
Posted Oct 29, 2014 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
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By Hanna McLeod Trends within underrepresented minority populations at AACSB schools and within education in general, has long been a topic of significant interest to the public. As Elliot Davis mentions in an earlier blog post, AACSB continues to support and explore initiatives that aim to increase minority representation –... Continue reading
Posted Jul 2, 2014 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
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By Hanna McLeod Exploring and understanding faculty trends in business schools have been areas of interest for many years at AACSB. With developments in program delivery and teaching methods, as well as new demands of employers and students, the composition of faculty is expected to see some changes in the... Continue reading
Posted May 20, 2014 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
By Hanna McLeod In the past few years the AACSB research and knowledge services team has been noticing interesting trends in enrollment at the graduate level, specifically decreasing numbers for MBA programs and greater interest for Specialized Master’s programs. There are various opinions and speculations on what is behind this... Continue reading
Posted Dec 9, 2013 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
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By Hanna Drozdowski From the AACSB Data and Research Blog team, Happy International Women’s Day to all the women who take on the many roles—deans, faculty, administrators, students—at AACSB member schools and management education worldwide! In honor of this special day, the AACSB Data and Research Blog team thought a... Continue reading
Posted Mar 7, 2013 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
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By Hanna Drozdowski Students no longer feel the need to stay in their home country to pursue higher education. AACSB-accredited schools are appearing in all regions of the world, now spanning nearly 50 countries and territories, providing students with more opportunities to pursue top quality business education in almost every... Continue reading
Posted Dec 27, 2012 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
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By Hanna Drozdowski New, less “traditional” modes of delivery in higher education, particularly online, have been attracting quite a bit of attention lately. Although some may argue that this is just another fad in higher education that the media has latched onto, I personally would have to support Stanford University’s... Continue reading
Posted Jul 31, 2012 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
By Hanna Drozdowski Recent visa regulations and reforms in the United States and in other countries have lately been a widely discussed topic, in particular to their aftereffects on various industries and organizations. As management education researchers, naturally we tend to focus on issues revolving around student visas, especially business... Continue reading
Posted Apr 23, 2012 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
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By Hanna Drozdowski In the last few months, the Research and Knowledge Services staffs have been taking a closer look at the business school dean profile from the results of the recent Deans Survey, which seems to be a growing interest among our members, media, and various stakeholders. One article... Continue reading
Posted Mar 8, 2012 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
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By Hanna Drozdowski The continent of Europe is unique compared to other regions in the world for many reasons. The distance between countries, for the most part, is short, yet cultural differences, such as language, religion, traditions, and cuisine are quite vast! I think this diversity is what makes Europe... Continue reading
Posted Dec 14, 2011 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
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By Hanna Drozdowski What do MD and MBA programs have in common? Increasingly, it seems, their students! At first this came as a surprise to me, especially when I look back at my own college experience and remember how the two departments, and even the students, seemed so distinct from... Continue reading
Posted Aug 23, 2011 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
Contrary to the dominant media message, there has been substantial interest, innovation, and investment by business schools in the area of business ethics education. Continue reading
Posted Jun 22, 2011 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
By Hanna Drozdowski In the current global economic climate, students earning degrees in business, even those finishing an MBA, are not guaranteed to land a job once they graduate. Business schools are expected to equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in their careers; however, securing a... Continue reading
Posted May 23, 2011 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
By Hanna Drozdowski A few weeks ago I interviewed three business school doctoral program directors, two from the U.S. and one from Latin America. These conversations revealed widely divergent opinions about the role of international study in doctoral education. Differences across schools are expected, even encouraged. Schools have different missions,... Continue reading
Posted Apr 22, 2011 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
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