UAE, September 21st, 2018 – Listing of Universities offering MBA and Executive MBA programs in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) courtesy of ArabianCampus.com
Dubai, U.A.E, October 20, 2015 – S P Jain School of Global Management, an eleven-year-old Business school, has been ranked in the Top 100 by the prestigious The Economist in the publication’s 2015 MBA Rankings. SP Jain is the youngest and the only Business School from Dubai to feature in the much acclaimed list.
MBA rankings along with Financial Times (FT) and Forbes are considered as the most prestigious MBA rankings in the world. S P Jain is proud to be featured on all three. The latest ranking places SP Jain in the company of Ivy League schools like Chicago Business School, Harvard, MIT, Sloan, Kellogg, Wharton and other great international schools. Yet, what makes SP Jain stand apart is that it is the youngest business school in the world to be in the company of giants. Continue reading “S P Jain is the Youngest Business School in The Economist Top 100 Rankings”
MBA Experience from London Business School
The Road to Business School, hosted by Kaplan, is the premier forum to meet-and-greet with admissions officers and get an edge in your application. In 2010, “the Road” brought over 20 top business schools to seven cities for open networking sessions, admissions panels, and GMAT breakout sessions.
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– Pat Harrison, Tuck School of Business
– Dana Dubovik, Boston University School of Management
– Adrian Aguirre, UCLA Anderson
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“A changing healthcare environment increasingly requires physician leaders to manage the business of medicine as part of patient care,” Stern Dean Peter Henry said in a statement. “Our new dual degree program will provide aspiring physicians with the interdisciplinary perspective, business skills and medical expertise to shape the future of healthcare.”
Students in the new dual degree program at Stern will spend their first three years at the School of Medicine studying full time. From the summer of the third year through the spring semester of the fourth year they will take MBA courses at Stern. They will return to the medical school for the summer and fall of the fifth year and complete a final semester at Stern in the spring of their fifth year.
Beginning now, prospective applicants may apply concurrently to both the MBA and MD programs and must gain admission to both programs. Each school manages its own admissions process, and candidates must complete separate applications for each. Current students in the NYU School of Medicine’s C21 curriculum may also apply to the Stern School to take part in the new dual degree offering.
For more information on the new dual degree MD/MBA program at NYU, click here.
While some students do foot the entire bill themselves or receive scholarship support from the school or an outside institution, the vast majority of MBA students borrow funds to cover their tuition and living expenses. With this in mind, we wanted to cover some very basic information on loans for the benefit of both recent admits entering school this fall and early birds just beginning to think about their applications for Fall ’12.
The primary source of funding for U.S.-based applicants will be federal loans or alternative education loans. The main federal loans, available to U.S. citizens or permanent residents, are the Federal Stafford Loan (subsidized or unsubsidized), the Federal Perkins Loan and the GradPLUS Loan. Full-time students, usually those enrolled in two or more courses per semester, can borrow as much as $20,500/year through the Federal Stafford loan program. Perkins Loans are low-interest (a rate of 5 percent) loans with a maximum annual loan amount of $8,000/year for graduate students. The Grad PLUS Loan can be used to pay for the total cost of education less aid you’ve already been awarded. Those interested in applying for federal student aid should check out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). When federal loans are not enough, private loans can help bridge the gap in education costs. Students might contact their local bank or look into lender programs, such as SallieMae or Access Group, for details on borrowing eligibility.
International students are not eligible for federal loans but may consider private loans as a financing option. The International Student Loan Program (ISLP), for instance, offers a credit-based loan to international students who are looking to finance their education in the U.S. However, as with most private loans, this loan requires a U.S. citizen or permanent resident to co-sign. International students can also visit International Education Financial Aid (IEFA) to search for funds (as can U.S. citizens planning on studying overseas). Finally, most of the leading MBA programs offer private loans to their students in partnership with a particular financial institution – some of which do not require a co-signer – so this might become an option after one is admitted.
Many need-based loans are classified as subsidized, meaning that interest does not accrue while the borrower is enrolled in a degree program (whereas interest begins to accrue immediately on unsubsidized loans). Typical timelines of loan repayment can extend from 5 to 30 years, depending on the lender’s conditions of deferral and the amount of funds borrowed. After graduation, students usually have a six-month grace period before monthly repayment begins. While schools’ admittance packages usually include detailed information about financing the MBA, incoming students and applicants should not hesitate contact the school’s financial aid office for further information on available need- or credit-based loans.
At HBS, a class called Strategic Marketing in Creative Industries gives students a chance to examine the career moves of 25-year-old Stefani Germanotta and her transformation into pop icon Lady Gaga. The HBS course looks to Gaga to understand the importance of contracts and how to manage your message through social media. Business schools in Europe – including Germany’s ESMT and Antwerp Management in the Netherlands – also have zeroed in on Gaga as a case study to teach strategic innovation, the Toronto Star reports. And the London Business School had students look at Kiss guitarist Gene Simmons for lessons on how to monetize a fan base.
Meanwhile, at schools like the MIT Sloan School of Management and NYU’s Stern School of Business, Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar and Henry V are providing examples of leadership to students. And at Canadians schools like Toronto University’s Rotman School, hockey stars are coming in as speakers to advise and inspire future business leaders. Toronto Maple Leafs’ GM Brian Burke recently shared his views on Steve Jobs and the need to be tough. “There isn’t anyone who has made a hard decision who doesn’t have a ruthless side,” he told the students.
For the complete Toronto Star article, click here.