If the world of international business appeals, then considering an MBA at one of the top 10 business schools outside of the US could be the best move you make. QS, the organisers of the World MBA Tour, which visits Boston on Thursday 26 February, investigates.
The trend towards specialist MBAs – programmes designed for specific groups of professional people, and usually one year in length - appears to be thriving in Europe and the USA.
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The UK is at full employment, particularly due to the implementation of the Highly Skilled Migrant Programme, the visa regime that is favourable to MBAs of almost any nationality. Spain and Italy have growing numbers of finance and technology companies regularly recruiting MBAs, as well as a growing consulting industry.