Navigating the labyrinth of business school jargon can feel like learning a new language. From boardrooms to classrooms, these buzzwords have woven their way into the very fabric of business education. But what do these terms really mean?
When selecting a business school, prospective students often focus on academic rankings and career prospects. Yet, an equally vital aspect lies in understanding the campus culture and student life. These elements play a crucial role in shaping not just a student’s academic journey but also their professional and personal development.
In a world where innovation is the key to progress and success, the journey of an aspiring innovator is both exhilarating and challenging. At the heart of this journey lies the choice of educational path, a decision that can profoundly shape one’s future, and business schools are emerging as pivotal arenas for innovation.
In a presentation at the Business English Special Interest Group (BESIG2023) conference in Stuttgart, Konstantin Mikaberidze, English Teacher-Coordinator at the EMLV shared insights into the evolving business communication landscape and its intersection with media exposure. The talk, “Introducing Media Training in the Business English Classroom,” presented a compelling case for incorporating media training elements into the curriculum […]
In the ever-evolving landscape of business education, one city stands out as a hub of innovation: Paris. As business schools in the heart of this capital adapt to the changing demands of the industry, they’re spearheading pioneering trends that promise to reshape the future of business education worldwide.
Nestled in the heart of Europe, Paris stands as a hub for education, culture, and commerce. For those seeking a comprehensive business education, the accredited programs there offer an unparalleled opportunity to access a world of knowledge and connect with a diverse global network.
Anissa Hadjadji is a second-year student in EMLV Master in Management in the class of 2026. She chose EMLV for its transversality and its highly professional programmes. In the EMLV Master in Management (Grande École programme), years 1 and 2 allow students to discover management fundamentals, transversality and cooperation, and soft skills. Year 3 is […]
In the digital age, how we approach job applications has changed dramatically. Gone are the days of simply submitting a one-page resume and cover letter. Instead, applicants must now navigate online job boards, digital application systems, and even social media platforms to get noticed by employers. For business school students in particular, creating a standout […]
Business schools have traditionally focused on providing advanced business education; for many candidates, enrolling in one is a career milestone. This is no longer the case, and business schools are increasingly challenged by their traditional role as the leading providers of advanced business education.
The last step of the first phase, which begins with researching, applying to business schools, and getting calls from them, is a face-to-face interview with the admissions officers or head of the program of the school of your choosing. As new students often wonder what business schools look for in a candidate, why not dive […]
An MBA is perceived as an investment in the future and a viable option to follow if the candidate is interested in earning prospects to go up the corporate ladder. It’s particularly intriguing to notice that there are additional benefits of earning a business degree along the ones that are most frequently mentioned because they […]
It’s back to school season, but kids and teenagers aren’t the only ones going to school this autumn. As companies, brands, and businesses are seeking a broader range of technical and soft skills from their employees, more professionals are returning to school to get a top-notch specialized knowledge required.