Many schools are rethinking what an MBA means, challenged to make content relevant to tomorrow’s careers, challenged by declining international student numbers or challenged by technology to deliver differently.
In 2009 CarringtonCrisp launched Tomorrow’s MBA, a study of prospective MBA students seeking to find out whether attitudes to the qualification are changing, what they want from an MBA, what content is a priority for their studies as well as decision-making, motivation, fees, rankings, careers and much more.
The study has run annually since the 2009 financial crisis; in that time it has gathered views from more than 8,000 prospective students in over 90 countries.
In the latest study, published in association with EFMD in February 2021, the report highlighted growing interest in new content in an MBA covering responsible management, ethical leadership, global challenges and diversity, equality and inclusion. The pandemic has pushed more students to consider an MBA after some years of falling numbers, but these students are often seeking new content and new ways to study.
To take part in the next round of Tomorrow’s MBA, which will go live in October 2021, and get insights specifically for your business school as well as the global report, get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Target Audiences: Prospective MBA students
Timeline: Survey goes live in October 2021