In a world of unpredictability and volatility, demand for MBA programmes remains strong with Business Schools adapting to the learning-method needs of their students.
AMBA welcomes growing inclusion of women on MBAs; but more needs to be done to fully redress the gender balance.
For hard-working retail professionals, going back to school is a significant life decision. A degree from the right school can propel a career forward, but the price can be high in terms of tuition, time, and lost salary. With so much at stake, the Association of MBAs is a valuable resource for prospective students seeking to find a high quality, cost-effective MBA program.
Durham University Business School has been awarded a further five-year accreditation for its Full-time, Online and Executive MBA programmes, by the Association of MBAs (AMBA).