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Register now for the webinar, An Inside Look at Financial Times EMBA Rankings with Della Bradshaw, business education editor of the Financial Times.
An Inside Look at Financial Times EMBA Rankings
3 PM London time (10 AM EST)
Thursday, June 20
Time: 60 minutes
This webinar features Della Bradshaw, who has worked at the Financial Times for more than 24 years in various writing and editing positions.
Bradshaw started her career as an English teacher in Europe and Asia and then became a journalist. She began her tenure at the Financial Times in the technology section of the paper and became technology lead writer in 1991. She launched the business education section in the Financial Times newspaper in November 1995. The Financial Times published the first Financial Times business school ranking in 1999. She has been business education editor since that time.
The webinar will take a closer look at the Financial Times rankings, which are now in their 13th year. How have EMBA Programs evolved in the last 13 years, and do EMBA Programs still give the value that they once did? Bradshaw will explain how the rankings developed and what the data that has been gathered on EMBA Programs for more than a decade helps reveal about programs. She also will highlight what she sees as some of the issues for business schools and the Financial Times in the EMBA market during the next few years.
The fee to participate in the webinar is $89. With limited available slots, early registration is encouraged. This session will not be repeated.
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What you need to know: The webinar will use Voice-Over IP (VOIP) technology, which means you need only a computer, either a PC or Macintosh, with access to the Internet and with either internal or external speakers. You may submit comments or questions online through chat capability.
What you will receive: You will receive a confirmation upon registration. In addition, a few days before the seminar, you will receive a second e-mail with a web link and code for the webinar and any additional instructions.
Webinar Cancellation Policy: Full webinar fees will be refunded if cancellation is received in writing no later than June 13, 2013. NO REFUNDS will be granted after that time or for “no shows.”