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CEEMAN | COVID-19 Will Accelerate Alternative Business Masters Study Models

22 May 2020

This pandemic is likely to accelerate the move to flexible Micromasters and Stackable degrees, according to our research.

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The Pie Review | Targeting tomorrow's students

22 May 2020

In The Pie Review, founder Andrew Crisp reflects on Generation Z social habits and what to consider when marketing to prospective students across the globe.

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Poets & Quants | Big Impact: Coronavirus To Hasten The Rise Of MBA ‘Alternatives’

15 May 2020

Andrew Crisp talks to Marc Ethier about our market report Tomorrow's Masters, where students favour shorter and more flexible learning options.

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FT Executive Education Rankings 2020: analysis amid the pandemic

11 May 2020

Our founder Andrew Crisp talks to the FT about the demand for online exec ed experienced by every age group except those at the beginning of their careers. 

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Financial Times | Business schools weigh risks and rewards of executive education

11 May 2020

Senior Consultant Ian Hawkings talks to the FT about the risks currently facing those business schools which are over reliant on executive education.

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Coronavirus: Can Online Learning Rise To The Challenge?

14 April 2020

In Business Because, Andrew Crisp argues that while many students will want to return to face-to-face teaching, many Schools will look to do more blended and fully online delivery in the future.

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Coronavirus Wreaks Havoc On B-Schools Globally

28 February 2020

“The really interesting thing is the rapid improvement of the online provision,” says Andrew Crisp of business school consultancy CarringtonCrisp. “If students have a good experience, this could be a ...

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Teaching sustainability: how MBAs are combining mainstream with green-stream

24 February 2020

"Future students tend to see responsible leadership as a fundamental aspect that runs through business education teaching and research, not as a specialist add-on or elective,” says Andrew Crisp.

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MBA fees: innovative ways to reduce the rising cost

27 January 2020

In the Financial Times, CarringtonCrisp co-founder Andrew Crisp notes that the rising cost of MBAs has outstripped salary increases.

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Now is the time to rethink what the MBA should be

27 January 2020

With high costs of study and a fickle job market, a survey by CarringtonCrisp suggests only 38 per cent of prospective MBAs believe they will be able to repay their fees in full.

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