A business degree from a leading international business school is perhaps one of the most valuable degrees a person can hold in today’s economy. While the headlines are rife with bad news about weakening currencies and recessions, there are also great opportunities for those who approach the business, economics and finance sectors with a fresh,...
The Loughborough University’s School of Business and Economics is held in esteem by professionals, academics and students. The overall study experience at Loughborough is such that those who go here have helped rank it the school with the Best Student Experience five years in a row. Loughborough also enjoys the elite distinction of being in the...
The Athens University of Economics and Business is a top business school in Greece and in the world. It is the oldest school of its kind in Greece, and has developed a well-earned reputation for teaching students with the highest academic and business standards. AUEB’s business course offerings include a world-class MBA International available to...
The Kemmy Business School at the University of Limerick in Ireland offers an impressive array of business degree programs. The state-of-the-art Kemmy Business School building opened in 2008, and has become a center for research and study in all aspects of international business practice and culture. Kemmy enrolls about 3,000 students currently, and has a...
The Hong Kong University Business School officially came into being in 1995, when it was transformed from the Department of Management Studies in the Faculty of Social Sciences. For the past 17 years, it has been on a steady trajectory of improving its academic and networking offerings, and today stands as one of the top...
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