Studying Sciences in the US? There Might Be a Job Waiting for You.
November 11, 2015

The U.S. continues to face a shortage of professionals with critical science skills, and this gap threatens to widen into a chasm without intervention. In response, the Department of Homeland Security has proposed changes to the country’s Optional Training Program aimed at keeping more foreign students in the U.S. following completion of their American-taught STEM degrees. Let’s take a closer look at how these measures stand to improve the country’s economic outlook.

Family Is More Important Than Wealth and Prestige For MBA Graduates
November 4, 2015
MBAs have a reputation for single-minded dedication to professional success, but a new study shows that this stereotype is becoming outdated. More and more MBAs are turning their focus from climbing the career ladder to creating a healthy work-life balance, and the new study shows some interesting t...

Want the Inside Edge On a Job? Learn a Second Language
October 28, 2015
While we’ve long heard about the advantages of bilingualism, a recent report confirms these benefits while adding something new to the list: a labor market advantage. Let’s take a closer look at the research, along with what it means for today’s students and future job seekers.

Social Networking Credited with MBA Enrollments in Australia
October 21, 2015
The number of students enrolled in MBAs in Australia skyrocketed between 2012 and 2014. Insiders attribute this growth to growth to several factors, including increasingly strong online presences and corresponding boosts to international enrollments. Let’s take a closer look at this phenomenon...

More Women Going to US Business Schools
October 14, 2015
In 2015 men still outnumber women in Corporate America, but this is changing. Universities and business schools across the country are working to increase the number of women in MBA programs, and their efforts have been successful. Here's what's changing and what it means for women in business.

The Australian Dollar’s Lows Mean Savings for International Students
October 7, 2015
If you’re currently studying in Australia or thinking of heading down under in the near future, you’re in the right place at the right time. Why? Because of the devaluation of the Australian dollar and consequent financial upsides for budget-conscious students.  Here’s what yo...

UK Cuts Back on Work Rights for International Students
September 29, 2015
Following a small but potentially troubling movement in the international study community, the UK has debuted a new policy eliminating the right to work for non-EU, further education (FE) students while simultaneously tightening up visa requirements. Let’s take a closer look at these new measu...

A Bright Future for 2015 MBA Grads?
May 27, 2015
The results are in from the Graduate Management Admission Council’s (GMAC) annual Corporate Recruiters Survey, offering valuable insights into the recruiting process for job seekers with MBAs, with responses from nearly 750 employers in 47 countries, including 46 Fortune 100 companies, this ye...

Do You Want to Do Your MBA in the US? Read This First.
May 6, 2015
The United States is home to the world’s largest share of international students. With so many of these scholars pursuing their MBAs, do you have what it takes to earn a coveted spot?

The Rise of The Energy Management MBA
May 6, 2015
Wondering what’s driving this trend and if an energy Management MBA may be right for you? We’ve got the scoop.


December 10, 2018

Looking to spoil that beloved business student in your life this holiday season? Check out these out-of-the-box gift ideas.

November 26, 2018

In the business world, leadership is key. How do you get the skills you need to make it in the business world? Get off the beaten track. Take a look a...

November 12, 2018

As you embark on your MBA pathway, you need to ask yourself: how much risk do you want to take in your first job? What matches your career goals bette...