Find MBA– Not only do the courses address a skills gap but give graduates a 36-month US work visa.
Stamford Advocate – The University of Connecticut’s downtown hub stands about 100 miles from its main campus. But it is no distant outpost.
UConn’s business school exemplifies the increasing prominence of the university in Stamford. Enrollment is growing and a major conference held last week reflects university officials’ view of the Stamford campus as an equal to the one in Storrs.
Stamford Advocate – United States of America Inc. last year made its riskiest hire to date when its shareholders chose a new chief executive, according to a knowledgeable observer of the enterprise.
In the keynote speech Wednesday at the University of Connecticut’s Risk Management Conference at the Crowne Plaza hotel, presidential historian and author Douglas Brinkley assessed the rise and prospects of President Donald Trump and compared the current commander-in-chief’s challenges to those of his predecessors.
Westfair Communications – The CEO of an international cloud software company headquartered in Norwalk and a data analytics leader at IBM Corp. will share their experiences, strategies and best practices at the fourth annual CEO Evolution seminar on June 14 at the University of Connecticut School of Business in Stamford.
HYPE Blog– Master degrees in Business Administration (MBAs) seem like they’re a dime a dozen. And if you look at any compiled list of colleges and universities that offer MBAs, it certainly looks like it. But there are a small number of schools that can boast their MBA return on investment (ROI) are “among the best in the country with affordable tuition and competitive base salaries”. Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could say you got your MBA from a school that ranks in the top 25 public universities by US News, or in the top 100 MBA programs by the Financial Times, or in the top schools by Forbes Magazine and Business Week?
HTCampus – The Finance Forum of N. L. Dalmia Institute of Management Studies and Research organized a seminar on “Risk Management” on August 10, 2016.
The seminar was delivered by Dr. Chinmoy Ghosh, Head of the Department of Finance at School of Business, University of Connecticut, USA.
Hartford Business Journal – While an MBA is considered the higher-education degree of choice for many Connecticut companies, there are other in-demand skill sets. Financial risk management, business analytics, accounting, cyber security, and science, technology, engineering and math are among the areas of expertise sought by Connecticut employers, who are also looking for people with “soft” skills like the ability to communicate and think critically, according to university educators.