| Do you have a background in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math or Medical Studies? (STEM) This MSc in International Business & Technology at the IESEG School of Management in France has been specifically designed for students from these areas, who wish to strengthen their business and management skills. The program will also enhance your overall understanding of the corporate world.|
All of the courses are taught entirely in English. This postgraduate program places an emphasis on business strategy and development in a global context, particularly in the Tech, Engineering and Manufacturing Industries. This helps to prepare students for managerial positions in a number of interesting fields.
This program is offered on a full-time basis and consists of two consecutive semesters of courses followed by a professional experience capstone project.
The IESEG School of Management has beautiful campuses in both Paris and Lille. It is one of the top business universities in the world, having achieved a Triple Crown Accreditation which is a prestigious rating given to less than 1% of business schools in the world.
Interested in finding out more about this unique opportunity to blend your expertise in STEM with International business? Contact Barclay Educational Services at JSB@barclayedu.com As a recognized Canadian agent of IESEG there is NO CHARGE to students for our assistance. The University pays our fee.
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Study for this exciting postgraduate degree in the heart of London. The MSc in Fashion Business Creation at Glasgow Caledonian University’s British School of Fashion is designed in cooperation with leading fashion businesses to reflect the distinct challenges of business creation in this field. The program will help students to cultivate insight into the strategies and practices key to developing and sustaining a successful fashion business.
The postgraduate fashion business programme combines the development of your intellectual skills along with the contemporary skills and practices needed to excel in the fashion industry. The programme emphasizes strategies and practices which are crucial to developing and sustaining a successful fashion business. Students will also gain an appreciation of management issues, including globalisation and sustainability, while developing branding and marketing skills.
The Masters in Fashion Business Creation at Glasgow Caledonian University will provide students with a deep understanding of how to create and market a fashion brand in today’s global and digital focused world. In addition, students also have the option of gaining additional insight into fashion strategies by completing an internship or industry consultation project.
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Should you take that extra year to study overseas and get that International MBA or other postgraduate business degree? New research from IESEG School of Management in France certainly seems to suggest that’s a risk worth taking. Data just released from a survey of recent graduates from the last few years shows that starting salaries generally seem to be in the range of $50,000 dollars a year or more.
The survey turned up the following statistics for starting salaries per postgraduate program as listed below:
Big Data Analytics: $70,000
Business Analytics and Consulting: $62,000
Digital Marketing: $50,000
Finance (MSc): $59,000
International Accounting, Audit & Control: $55,000
International Business: $52,300
Investment Banking & Capital: $62,000
Most Master’s programs overseas take just one year to complete, which means that graduates are generally able to put their skills to work a year earlier than if they attend similar programs in North America.
IESEG School of Management is one of the top-rated business schools in France. In fact, it boasts a Triple Crown Rating which is a prestigious accreditation given to less than 1% of business schools in the world.
Barclay Educational Services has more than a decade of experience in successfully placing students overseas for undergraduate and postgraduate studies. Our application assistance to students is FREE. As a recognized Canadian agent of IESEG and (more than 25 other partner schools in the UK and Europe,) the University pays our fee.
For program details or information on how to apply, please contact Jackie at JSB@barclayedu.com
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If you’ve been researching top-notch business schools to pursue your MBA, you know how important the Triple Crown Rating can be. This exclusive ranking belongs to less than 1% of business schools world-wide. Barclay Educational Services is pleased to have six of these quality institutions as our partner schools in places such as the UK and France.
The Triple Crown rating is a mark of excellence. Also known as the Triple Crown Accreditation, this prestigious ranking is granted by the three largest and most influential business school accreditation organizations as listed below:
- AACSB – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (United States)
- AMBA – The Association of MBAs (United Kingdom)
- EQUIS – EFMD Quality Improvement System (European Union)
Barclay Educational Services has been successfully placing students to study overseas for both undergraduate and postgraduate work for more than a decade. Please refer to our list below of Triple Crown Rated Schools, and contact us for program details or for application assistance. As a recognized Canadian agent for these schools there is NO CHARGE to students for our help. The universities pay our fee. Contact JSB@barclayedu.com
IESEG School of Management
University of Exeter
University of Strathclyde
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Applications are now open for postgraduate MSc programs in International Business, Fashion Management and a number of other exciting programs at IESEG. Apply early for Sept 202 and receive an Early Bird Discount. As well, anyone applying through Barclay Educational Services will have the application fee waived.
Start studying in Sept 2020 at one of the few business schools in the world who have received a Triple Crown Rating for excellence. This international credential of EQUIS, AACSB, and AMBA, is part of a limited circle of the best business schools worldwide (less than 1%). This rating recognized excellence in a number of key areas including teaching, research and relations with international business organizations.
Watch the video below to see some alumni from IESEG who are now back home working in Canada.
IESEG has beautiful campuses in both Paris and Lille. For info on programs and how to apply from Canada contact Barclay Educational Services. Barclay is a recognized Canadian agent of IESEG. As such there is NO CHARGE to students for our assistance. The University pays our fee. Email Jackie at JSB@barclayedu.com
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Fashion is an extremely competitive business. The MSc in Fashion Business Creation is a unique program from Glasgow Caledonian University which will provide students with insight into the strategies and practices which are key to developing and sustaining a successful fashion business. The program has been designed in collaboration with leading fashion businesses to reflect the special nature of business creation in this sector.
The postgraduate fashion business program will develop intellectual skills alongside contemporary skills and practices which are needed to be proficient in the fashion industry. Students will also gain an appreciation of management issues, including globalisation and sustainability, in addition to developing skills in areas such as branding and marketing.
The Masters in Fashion Business Creation takes place at GCU’s British School of Fashion in the centre of London. Students will study in one of the fashion capitals of the world while developing a critical understanding of how to create and market a fashion brand in today’s global and digital focused world. Students will also receive the option to further deepen their insight into fashion strategies by completing an internship or industry consultation project.
- Anatomy of a Fashion Business
- Establishing a Fashion Business Strategy
- Global Fashion Branding and Marketing Communications
- Fashion Growth Strategies and Performance Optimisation
- Developing Personal and Professional Competence
- Research Project: Design and Methods
International: £12980 (Scholarships available)
Are you interested in applying from Canada? Please contact Barclay Educational Services by email: JSB@barclayedu.com Barclay Educational is a recognized Canadian agent of Glasgow Calendonian University. As such, there is no charge for our application assistance. The University pays our fee.
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The accreditation requires a rigorous process. Recently, the Business School gained accreditation from The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), based in the United States.
The School had previously gained accreditations from EQUIS and AMBA, bringing the total to three, which is also known as Triple Crown accreditation. This distinction is held by less than one hundred business schools globally – fewer than one per cent – placing Exeter among the very best worldwide.
Welcoming the accreditation, Professor David Bruce Allen, Pro Vice-Chancellor and Executive Dean of the Business School said that,
“Gaining AACSB accreditation demonstrates our commitment to continuous improvement within all that we do, and highlights the high-quality and hard work of our academics and professional staff and the positive impact this has on our students and partners.”
If you would like to learn more about the University of Exeter’s Business School and its programs or are interested in applying from Canada, please contact Barclay Educational Services at JSB@barclayedu.com As a recognized Canadian agent of Exeter, there is NO CHARGE to students for our services. The University pays our fee.
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Interested in Big Data? Or International Business? Or Fashion Management? Consider earning an MSc at IESEG School of Management, one of the top-rated business schools in France. IESEG has beautiful campuses in both Paris and Lille. The University has also earned a rare Association of MBAs (AMBA) accreditation, which means that IÉSEG School of Management is part of an elite group of international business schools (less than 1% in the world) that hold the “triple crown” of international accreditations (AMBA, AACSB, EQUIS). You can find their list of FREE upcoming webinars below. Anyone applying from Canada can contact Barclay Educational Services for more information or help with the application. Barclay is a recognized agent of IESEG in Canada so there is no fee for application assistance for students. (The school pays our fee.) Email Jackie: JSB@barclayedu.com
- January 29th 4 pm
- February 26th 4 pm
- March 26th 12.30
- April 23th 4 pm
- March 18th 4pm
- April 15th 4 pm
- March 21st 4 pm
- April 25th 1 pm
International MBA: https://www.ieseg.fr/en/programs/mba/imba/webinar/
- February 13th 3pm
MSc in Fashion Management: https://www.ieseg.fr/en/programs/masters-science/msc-in-fashion-management/webinar/
- February 19th 4pm
MSc in Business Analysis & Consulting: https://www.ieseg.fr/en/programs/masters-science/msc-business-analysis-consulting/webinar/
- February 28th 3pm
- March 27th 3pm
Reading and writing – a matter of generations?
IUBH University of Applied Sciences, together with Books on Demand, examined the reading and writing behaviour of generations X, Y, Z.
A few years ago, publishing one’s own book was a hopeless undertaking without the help of a publisher. The success of the e-book has removed this hurdle and self-publishing is becoming increasingly popular. IUBH University of Applied Sciences has now collaborated with Books on Demand (BoD), the European market and technology leader in digital book publishing, to examine the reading and writing habits of different age groups. The results reveal remarkable differences between generations X, Y, and Z, results from which one can extrapolate tips for the book industry.
Self-publishing is trendy
Self-publishing is booming. At the end of 2016 around one out of every four first edition books was a self-published title, at the end of 2017 it was already one out of every three. The authors tend to be enthusiastic hobbyists as well as people with a niche of expertise. However, overall relatively little data is available about the market and its authors. Reason enough for IUBH to collaborate with BoD to examine how generations X, Y and Z use the media and the extent of their interest in their own self-publishing. The survey, which is which is an integrative research project with students of the IUBH campus at Hamburg, Berlin, Bremen and Düsseldorf, provides valuable information to address potential self-publishing authors more efficiently and effectively.
How generations X, Y and Z read
There are clear differences between the generations in terms of their reading habits and use of media. Generation X – birth cohorts 1965 to 1980 – read the most (80% read daily), followed by generation Y – birth cohorts 1980 to 1995 – (66% read daily) and generation Z – birth cohorts 1995 to 2010 – (62% read daily). Generation X primarily reads books and magazines in paper format as well as e-books. Generations Y and Z, on the other hand, prefer blogs and social media. There are also deviations in reading content. For generation X and Z reading for relaxation and information is at the forefront. For generation Y, on the other hand, further education is top priority. Favourite content varies accordingly: news, novels and non-fiction are popular with everyone, but generation X has particular interest in medical and health topics, while generation Y prefers fitness and beauty content. Generation Z is particularly interested in science fiction, fantasy and literature for young adults. In terms of reading behaviours, there are also similarities. Nobody likes to read with others, most of them read mainly at home, during vacation or as a pastime, for example to bridge waiting times. In terms of spending on books per month, generation X is clearly in the lead with 18.21 euro, followed by generation Y with 10.25 euro and generation Z with 8.93 euro.
Uncertainties of potential authors
Who not only reads, but also writes? After all, every fourth generation X person writes their own texts, albeit mostly on Facebook or in blogs. Generation Y and Z also write primarily in social media. Nevertheless, 13% of all respondents across all generations are interested in self-publishing. Of particular interest are scientific, journalistic and factual pieces, whereby novels, poetry and do-it-yourself guides are also conceivable. The fact that they do not self-publish has different reasons. Many worry that their text will not be read (56%) or not bought (47%). They also want support from experts to help them through the writing and publication process. Moreover, for every third person self-publishing is still a completely unknown concept.
Recommendations for the book industry
“Given the fact that there is a decline in younger readers, booksellers should pay special attention to a target group-oriented sales approach,” recommends Prof Dr Gabriele Schuster from IUBH. “This should be tailored to their respective media use, level of knowledge about self-publishing, and their reading and writing needs.”
You don’t have to wait until next September to begin your career as a Global MBA student. The University of Portsmouth is accepting applications from qualified candidates who wish to begin the program this January. As an Global MBA student, you’ll build on your existing studies and further your career, advancing your skills to a level appropriate for management positions.
When you finish the course, the university’s Careers and Employability service can help you find a job that puts your skills to work in the industry.
Some of the roles that previous graduates from this course have taken include:
- global director
- chief executive
- general manager
- finance director
- programme manager
- business consultant
Other graduates have continued their studies at postgraduate level or set up successful businesses with help and support from the University.
After you leave the University, you can get help, advice and support for up to 5 years from the Careers and Employability service as you advance in your career.
Interested in applying? Students from Canada are eligible for FREE application assistance by contacting Jackie at JSB@barclayedu.com