Peter Tufano, dean of Oxford University’s Saïd Business School, talks about the recently introduced 1+1 programme, which results in two master’s degrees
According to a recent survey by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), salaries for B-school graduates must be interpreted with caution because they are influenced by many factors, including work experience, industry, etc.
At present, India spends only about 1% of its gross domestic product (GDP) on R&D, much below that of developed countries
The economic slowdown does not seem to have affected pre-placements at the country’s major B-schools, with most management institutes reporting 100% summer placements for their students.
The employment scenario for Indian management graduates of 2013 rings in optimism amid the grim economic scenario. According to a recent survey conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), nine out of 10 Class of 2013 business school alumni have been employed.
Major firms are going all out to rope in young MBA grads
Candidates can take the Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies University Test till December 18, 2013. They are allowed three attempts to clear the exam.
Successful candidates share tips on preparing for the exams.
Even as Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) conducts exams twice a year - May/June and October/November - for students from the age of five to 19, it has planned to introduce another series of exams in March, in addition to the already existing exams.
TERI University, instituted by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), has won the ‘Greenest University and Research Institution’ award at the inaugural Climate Change Awards organised by Responding to Climate Change (RTCC) – a news and analysis website. It won around ten awards at the function.
Scientific data shows 54% of land in India to be vulnerable to earthquakes and hence there are immense career opportunities for students pursuing earthquake engineering and geology.
The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) recently started a Dutch language course. It will initially be available as an optional course to all JNU students.
An education fair is being organised by Education in Ireland, the apex body responsible for the development and growth of Ireland’s education sector, for students who wish to pursue higher studies in Ireland.
It’s 2030, and India is now an education powerhouse. Massive reforms undertaken 15 years ago, when a three-tiered education system was set up, have yielded excellent results.
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