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Irish Times | Covid has made employers accept online training and qualifications

27 June 2021

Co-founder Andrew Crisp tells the Irish Times how the pandemic accelerated changes in training and development.

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Financial Times | Executive education contenders with a different angle

11 May 2021

Our Co-Founder Andrew Crisp talks to the FT about how disrupting providers are challenging business schools in this accelerated new world. 

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Financial Times | Pandemic accelerates growth in online MBAs

23 March 2021

In the FT, our co-founder Andrew Crisp reveals how the pandemic has helped to crystallise some of the benefits of studying online.

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Financial Times | Virtual classrooms democratise executive education

17 February 2021

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Wall Street Journal | What’s the Best Business School?

17 February 2021

Our co-founder Andrew Crisp comments on the most recent MBA rankings, and how those speak to latest trends. 

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Financial Times | FT Global MBA ranking 2021 analysis: a year of reckoning

08 February 2021

Speaking to the Financial Times, our co-founder Andrew Crisp talks about the 3 C's driving prospective MBA choices: convenience, cost and career.

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TD Magazine | Business Schools Are No Longer the L&D Solution

05 February 2021

In this issue, TD Magazine reviews CarringtonCrisp's study on new ways of working and learning.

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Financial Times | Is a pandemic the time for an MBA?

05 February 2021

Talking to the FT, our co-founder Andrew Crisp suggests 2021 could be an even more competitive market for MBA places, as those who deferred could be starting then.

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Wall Street Journal | The New MBA: Flexible, Cheaper and Lifelong

11 November 2020

In this piece, co-founder Andrew Crisp reflects on what flexible learning could mean for the MBA market.

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Financial Times | Asian business students set their sights closer to home

28 October 2020

Commenting in the Financial Times, co-founder Andrew Crisp considers the growing interest of non-Asian students in a country like Singapore.

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