MBA Careers: Women In Business Scholarship Opens New Opportunities For ESADE MBA

MBA Careers: Women In Business Scholarship Opens New Opportunities For ESADE MBA

Duygu Ates would have struggled to pursue a full-time MBA without ESADE’s Women of the World Scholarship Written by Marco De Novellis | MBA Careers | Tuesday 27th June 2017 09:57:00 GMT Duygu Ates is a current ESADE MBA student set to graduate in 2018 Funding an MBA can be a challenge, especially for women. In March this year, GMAC released a white paper to mark International Women’s Day, based on a survey of 5,900 business school applicants worldwide. 29% of female survey respondents cited financial issues as the key reason why they…

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Why It’s A Great Idea To Change Careers When You Are 40

Why It’s A Great Idea To Change Careers When You Are 40

When I reached my mid-50s I decided to make a radical career change. I’d spent 25 years in industry in a series of increasingly senior HR roles with high profile companies and I had no real reason to abandon a career that was developing very well. No real reason, that is, except one, crucial one. I wanted something different. Much to the surprise of my friends and colleagues, instead of being a senior executive in an international company, I decided to become a teacher. It could, as many of them…

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Bolt to focus on 100m in career’s last season

Bolt to focus on 100m in career’s last season

Monte Carlo: Multiple Olympic champion Usain Bolt has asserted that he wants to focus on the 100 meters event in his final season, leaving the 200m out of his mind. “After last season, I kind of figured out that no matter how hard I work at this point, it probably is going to be hard to get the 200-meter world record,” the nine-time Olympic champion said, reports Xinhua. “The 200 meters are very hard work and I’m coming to the end of my career, I’m not trying to do too…

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What Happens When Careers Last 20 Years Longer?

What Happens When Careers Last 20 Years Longer?

Like many of my peers, I had thought that I could gently start thinking about retirement in my mid-fifties. But as my mid-fifties arrived, and as the debate about the human lifespan rages on, I’ve been confronting a new question: what if I live to 100? For more, I looked to a book by Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott, two London Business School professors, called The 100 Year Life. Half the children born today, they say, have a 50% chance of living to 105. That’s up from only 1% a…

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