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Masters in management course directors on finding an edge amid rising applications
Careers advisers and course directors’ tips on navigating a competitive market
Business schools, employers and governments supported training in different ways
Schools raced to create programmes to help businesses navigate the chaos of the past year
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India-based Eruditus partners with leading business schools to offer online courses
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Longstanding traditions and strong links with industry boost France’s business schools
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Acknowledging employee needs is the first step to solving problems
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Generation Y lacks technical expertise, business acumen and the ability to influence
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