The Telegraph
| Thursday, January 8, 2015 |


How to choose the right B-school

Are you in a quandary about selecting the MBA programme that’s right for you? Follow these tips, urges Avijit Chatterjee

With the declaration of the results of the Common Admission Test (CAT), the gateway to admission to top business schools, a mad scramble has begun for seats in institutions offering MBA programmes. But securing a berth in a top B-school is not... | Read»

Tech boost for MBA

Business schools are trying to adapt to a digital world. Steve Lohr reports

Greg Pass, the former chief technology officer of Twitter, put the matter succinctly. The MBA, he observed, is "a challenged brand." | Read»

Gym away

Does your mother think you are wasting an awful lot of time in the gym? Tell her that it is helping you become a better student. Here’s some evidence

There are a lot of benefits to gymming. Everyone knows that. It keeps you healthy, you have a gorgeous body that people drool over - you know the rest. But when you're in college and have tight deadlines and unforgiving professors (not to mention... | Read»

Fashion forward

The Triveni u-Design Contest for budding designers and stylists from fashion schools worldwide had an amazing turnout of extremely talented students. Triveni is a 29-year-old company that makes and retails saris and ethnicwear so it was natural... | Read»

European sonata

Ayan Haldar, a PhD scholar and research assistant at Leibniz University, Hannover, Germany, talks about winning the Erasmus Mundus scholarship, studying in four universities across Europe for a single degree and enjoying football in Barcelona