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UK: MBA & Business Education Guide Spr 09 - Back to School [#permalink]
04 Mar 2009, 07:38
Many MBA providers report a rise in demand for their courses as executives, fearful for their employment prospects in a downturn, seek to boost their credentials and market value. But will the better jobs be there? Philip Delves Broughton seeks the good news.
Certain institutions have always thrived in a recession: discount stores, bankruptcy courts - and business schools. And with this particular recession being driven from the top, with the self-immolation of the financial services industry, you can expect a boom for MBA programmes in the UK and around the world.
The logic is simple enough. Rather than sitting out the recession either unemployed or watching your career and salary stagnate, you go and get that MBA you've always wanted. By the time you graduate, perhaps the clouds will have cleared and it will be onwards to the sunlit uplands of success.