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Business School

A college that offers undergraduate and/or postgraduate degrees representing study of business. These schools offer theoretical, and perhaps also practical, coursework in how to manage a company, construct a business model and generally run a business. In business school, one may concentrate in fields like accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, marketing and supply chain management, among others. See also: Masters of business administration, Bachelor of business administration.
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Our business schools continue to play an important role in the UK economy and the global business environment.
I agree with his central argument that business schools must change to embrace the needs of a global marketplace.
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The student and client learning experience at Newcastle Business School is excellent and as a result our programmes are buoyant and constantly exceed their recruitment targets.
The current model of business school education needs to change dramatically.
Olin Graduate School of Business in Babson Park, Massachusetts, is one of many business schools that has revamped its M.
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He received a BA in Politics from Princeton University in 1992, and an MBA from Harvard Business School in 1999.
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