About this webinar

Thomas Froelicher

Director General and Dean,
Rennes School of Business

Angus Laing

Dean, Lancaster University Management School

Business Schools: 
Strategies in Times of Disruption

How leading business schools are building a competitive edge to grow global presence and future-proof their internationalisation strategies 

Emerging trends

Student mobility

Diversity strategies

B-School best practices


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Nadine Burquel

Director of Business School Services, EFMD

Rahul Choudaha

EVP of Global Engagement and Research, Studyportals

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Internationalisation is at the core of business schools driven by the mission of developing global managerial and leadership talent for the world. 

However, business schools are entering an era of hyper-competition to attract talent, earn reputation and grow resources. The headwinds for internationalisation strategies are especially unfavorable for attracting international students in the context of decreasing post-study work opportunities in some countries, weakening brand positioning and differentiation, and increasing alternatives available through transnational and online opportunities 

How can business schools future-proof their internationalisation strategies? Join an interactive online panel discussion which brings together diverse perspectives from business school leaders on emerging trends, challenges, and best practices for advancing global engagement in times of disruption. 



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