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Business Studies Programs

MBA and EMBA degrees are graduate academic programs offered by business schools or by business faculties in universities. Business programs are offered at schools around the world and feature a wide range of concentrations. Holding an MBA or an EMBA give students a solid understanding of business, as well as the critical, analytical and strategic thinking skills necessary to hold management and leadership positions.

Many universities around the world offer MBAs and EMBAs, online, part time as well as on campus. It is common for students to specialize in a field within the business discipline such as International Business, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Project Management, etc.

The variety of different Business programs can be overwhelming - don't let it stop you! Start your search by looking at the most popular business degrees and listed below.

Newly Added Programs

International Business School - Budapest
2021-06-16
Hungary, Budapest
Ling Tung University
2021-06-14
Taiwan, 25號
Victoria University School of Management
2021-06-13
Switzerland, Neuchâtel
Vatel International Business School - Switzerland
2021-06-13
Switzerland, Geneva
Think Education Advisory Services LLP
2021-06-05
India, Bengaluru
Kobe Gakuin University
2021-06-05
Japan, Kobe
Bunkyo Gakuin University
2021-06-04
Japan, Bunkyo City
Hokkai-Gakuen University
2021-06-03
Japan, Sapporo
Nizhny Novgorod Institute Of Management And Business
2021-05-31
Russia, Nizhny Novgorod
University of Hertfordshire
2021-05-31
United Kingdom, Hatfield, + 2 More
New Shores International College
2021-05-30
India, Bengaluru
Chitkara University
2021-05-30
India, Rajpura

News and Articles

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April 26, 2021

It wouldn’t be in the nature of the MBA culture to say that “business has a diversity problem.” As a recent report shows, business surely does have a diversity problem: 81 of London’s FTSE 100 companies have precisely zero ethnic minority board members. And over 100 FTSE 350 companies have failed to meet government-set targets of having a board of at least one-third women. It wouldn’t be in business schools’ nature because these institutions, and their MBA students and graduates, aren’t about problems. They’re about solutions. For instance, the University of Oxford has recently partnered with the Robert Toigo Foundation to provide up to $10,000 in leadership development training and career coaching to support underrepresented professionals towards senior roles. MBA schools and students are ...

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March 24, 2021

“Sustainability” is one of the biggest buzzwords in business at this unique juncture in time. Once viewed as more of a nicety than a necessi...

March 8, 2021

Women have long been underrepresented, underutilized, and undervalued in leadership positions in the workplace all over the world. However, ...

February 5, 2021

You've got the grades, the experience, and the ambition for a place at business school. But there's one last thing you need to do to convinc...