Teams from eight business schools travelled to FT HQ in London to take part in the fourth annual MBA Quiz on Tuesday night, raising £16,000 for Médecins Sans Frontières, an international humanitarian aid organisation.
Eight schools took part, including teams from Politecnico di Milano School of Management and Hult Business School.
After a close fought contest answering quick fire questions on...
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Teams from eight business schools travelled to FT HQ in London to take part in the fourth annual MBA Quiz on Tuesday night, raising £16,000 for Médecins Sans Frontières, an international humanitarian aid organisation.

The schools that took part included teams from Politecnico di Milano School of Management and Hult Business School.

After a close fought contest answering quick fire questions...
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“That was a difficult time, when I made the jump,” he recalls. “I had a small kid, and we had hundreds of thousands of dollars in student loans.”

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So far Ms Pellerin has invested alongside US rapper Jay Z in Devialet, a French sound technology business founded in 2007, earning her a seat on the board

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FT statistics show that women account for 32 per cent of students on 20 programmes in the 2017 Online MBA Ranking

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