Three ways to manage stress as an MBA student

Three ways to manage stress as an MBA student
“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.” – Albert Einstein
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My job in higher ed: Jean de Villeneuve, Hult International Business School

My job in higher ed: Jean de Villeneuve, Hult International Business School
Jean is Sr. Director of Career Development and Corporate Relations – Europe and Global Head of Alumni Relations at Hult International Business School. He tells us how he and his team help Hult students transition from study to employment and how the school stays in touch with its diverse and international alumni.
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Rob Parker, December 04, 2015

in study, teaching, industry

What is flipped learning?

What is flipped learning?
Flipped learning turns the established teaching model upside down. It was designed by educators critical of the traditional 'lecture and homework' model, where students receive their 'first exposure' to a topic in the classroom then 'process' the new information by way of homework. With flipped learning, students receive first exposure at home prior to the lesson, then process the new material in class. An example might be a teacher recording a video lecture for students to watch prior to the lesson; the lesson then consists of an exercise, debate or quiz – often the sort of task that would have been set for homework.
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How universities can make the most of blogging

How universities can make the most of blogging
From practical study diaries to student-friendly recipes for a slap-up chilli, there's endless scope to what sort of content universities can publish on a blog. The blog has become an essential part of a university's marketing programme for its immediacy, ease of use and wide-reaching impact. Blogs provide an effective way for staff to discuss topics with students (and vice versa); students to post first-hand reactions to course content; and universities to provide a practical and realistic picture of what it’s really like to study on a specific course.
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Attending a graduate fair overseas? Show that you’re open for business

Attending a graduate fair overseas? Show that you’re open for business
This guest post was written by Barbara Coward after she visited Idealist Grad Fair in October 2013. You can follow and subscribe to her blog or follow her on Twitter.
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