The Financial Times has published its “Masters in Management 2021” ranking of 100 worldwide institutions today (90 institutions in 2020), including NEOMA’s Master in Management Programme.
NEOMA is ranked 30th worldwide and 7th in France.
The NEOMA MiM obtains excellent results in the following categories:
· Graduate satisfaction: NEOMA ranks 14th worldwide in the “Aims achieved” category, which measures the level of achievement of the Alumni’s career objectives as a result of the programme.
· International Opportunities:
o International profile of the programme: 16th place, a very good position
o International faculty: 76%
· Gender balance:
o 23rd in the…
While society has become more aware of psychological abuse in intimate or family relationships, psychological abuse in the workplace is more common and complex than we think, according to new research from NEOMA Business School, Rotterdam School of Management (RSM) at Erasmus University and Durham University Business School.
Professor Birgit Schyns from NEOMA Business School and her co-authors claim that people — perhaps unintentionally — sometimes trivialize emotional abuse in the workplace, yet it is a problem within workplaces that needs attention.
“People can greatly suffer from psychological abuse by their supervisor, with consequences ranging from increased levels of depression…
MIP Politecnico di Milano in Italy has signed an agreement with Esade in Spain to focus on expanding networking opportunities and developing students’ financial knowledge.
Esade is a global academic institution known for the quality of its education, its international outlook, and its focus on holistic personal development. Just like MIP, Esade has strong ties to the business world, making the collaboration even more beneficial for its students.
“We are pleased to expand our international network with Esade, a top-ranked and like-minded higher education institution. …
ESCP Business School’s Master in Finance ranks 2nd worldwide in Financial Times ranking
For the fourth year in a row, ESCP Business School’s Master in Finance has been ranked 2nd in the world in the Financial Times annual global ranking.
Taught in French and English at both ESCP’s Paris and London campuses, the programme is number 1 in the UK. This reaffirms its position as the best finance course in London.
The programme also ranks 1st worldwide for its international experience and careers service.
In addition, an impressive 100% of programme alumni are known to be employed after three months…
Twitter has become a vital instrument for China during the COVID-19 pandemic, as new report from LSE IDEAS, the London School of Economics’ foreign policy think tank, reveals official Chinese Twitter activity went “into overdrive” as result of the crisis.
According to the report, authored by Professor Chris Alden, Director at LSE IDEAS, and Kenddrick Chan, an Associate at LSE IDEAS, with China having faced increasing global criticism over claims that it intentionally misled the world by covering up the true extent of the coronavirus, Twitter diplomacy has become “effectively a ‘crisis messaging tool’ for Beijing”.
Alden and Chan compiled…
Science still favours images of white men, with women and racial minorities represented as audience members or not shown at all, finds research from Nazarbayev University.
Dr. Anna CohenMiller, Dr. Sejin Koo, Dr. Neil Collins and Dr. Jenifer Lewis, working across education, political science, and business disciplines, analysed the extent to which women were represented in images from 10 countries’ pavilions at the Astana Expo: a mega-event bringing together countries from around the world to showcase scientific advancement. They found varying levels of bias towards men in all 10 countries, with no country showing gender-equal presentation.
Germany, Greece, Italy, and…
With a flurry of space activity expected within next decade, ever-worsening US-China relations will become a more pressing issue, with two key areas of potential friction, reveals a new report from LSE IDEAS. The piece is timely with the launch of the first module of China’s new orbital space station, just over a week after the US continued its successful new era of crewed spaceflight with the launch of another SpaceX Crew Dragon.
The report, authored by Gidon Gautel, an Analyst within the space industry, and former China Foresight Project Coordinator at LSE IDEAS, The London School of Economics’ foreign…
Due to the incredible success of the Netflix series ‘The Queen’s Gambit’, the game of chess has surged in popularity again recently, and MIP Politecnico di Milano is a business school that is joining this phenomenon by creating a brand new ‘Chess & Corporate Strategy’ programme.
Recognizing the true value of strategy involved in the game of chess, this programme that is aimed at business professionals and managers who want to improve their skills in strategic thinking and decision-making.
The aim of the course is to develop problem solving skills, especially in times of extreme uncertainty and disruption, through the…
Thanks to the work of Professor Jaime P. Luque and the support of the Principality of Monaco, ESCP Business School publishes the first annual barometer of trends in the world of PropTech. Under the patronage of Robin Rivaton, a French investor and essayist specialising in issues related to smart cities, real estate and new technologies, the PropTech Global Trend 2020 barometer offers an in-depth analysis of the PropTech sector and worldwide trends.
PropTech: a latecomer but one rich in opportunities
PropTech (also known as Real Estate Tech, Retech, Estech or RealTech) is the abbreviation of “property technology”. The term is…
Small businesses that receive external investment adopt HR management practices that are influenced by the values of financial backers, reveals new research from Trinity Business School.
According to the study, undertaken by Francesca Di Pietro, Sinéad Monaghan and Martha O’Hagan-Luff, all of Trinity Business School, following external investment, firms take an operational, strategic or transformational approach to their HRM practices, depending on the type of investor and their logic.
The researchers found that firms that receive financing from angel investors — private investors, often with a high net worth — adopt an operational approach to HR management. …