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MBA applications require a CV that efficiently conveys key information to answer the selection committee’s question “How can this candidate be of use in the classroom?”
EDHEC-Risk Institute has announced the results of the EDHEC European ETF Survey 2014, a comprehensive survey of 222 European ETF investors. The survey was conducted as part of the Amundi ETF & Indexing research chair at EDHEC-Risk Institute on “ETF and Passive Investment Strategies.”
In privately-held firms, members of the business-owning group vary in the degree to which they actively assist the firm by mobilizing their networks on the firm’s behalf. We find a small statistically significant relationship between family firm identity and quality of relationships, but with neither shared vision nor network mobilization.
Most MBA candidates intend to use their newly-completed education as a springboard to future career opportunities. But what are the best methods to find these opportunities?
Sandra Richez, the EDHEC Global MBA Careers Advisor and innovator of the CareerSMART programme continues her series of advice and insight into some of the changing recruitment trends and explains what they actually mean to MBA candidates:
The deadline recently passed for Global MBA participants to select their track, which they will pursue for the month of April. Choosing between Entrepreneurship, Finance, and Global Leadership can be a difficult process for some, and completely obvious for others. Each track offers the participants three weeks of coursework on campus, and one week abroad for company visits, presentations, and networking opportunities.
The eagerly-awaited Winter Break commenced after a challenging week of Data Analysis. While many fellow MBA participants scattered abroad, my family stayed in Nice for Christmas.