September kicks off the academic year. For us in the university and business education world, this makes for an eventful month; professors are back, rankings are out and inboxes are full. As ever, at BlueSky we’ve made the most of every opportunity; below are just a select few highlights taken from the coverage we’ve achieved this month.
Forbes ran an article in which a Professor at the UCL School of Management gave her views on why accidental entrepreneurs make the best micro-business owners.
QS covered ESCP Europe’s outstanding masters in marketing and creativity programme, featuring comment from the co-director of the course.
The Financial Times business school newsletter included comment from the Associate Dean for research and professor of corporate finance at EMLyon, on why learning about the regulation of digital currencies is important. The newsletter also utilised the expertise of a prominent professor at Durham University Business school.
QS Top MBA published a very personal article about the fantastic return on investment experienced by a Lebanese MBA student at EMLyon.
The Director of executive education at Imperial College Business School was interviewed by Forbes for his views on the future of business schools, their relationship with technology, the building blocks of leadership, and the importance of playfulness.
These are just a few examples of the coverage that we’ve achieved in September, but we hope they provide some insight into the great work we’ve been doing this month, and the kind of high-profile media exposure we are able to secure for our clients.
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