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In a recent interview with First Financial Daily, both Julian Trigo – Director of Admissions at IE Business School, and Joël McConnell – Director of Financial Aid at IE, talked about evolving patterns in applicaitons for MBA programs offered by top European business schools.  In the article the effect of the financial situation in Europe on MBA applications is discussed, and the new realities applicants are facing, with regards to program funding, are also discussed.

“己身处的国家正值危机,这多少让人感到沮丧,更何况当这危机真实地影响到自己的生活,负面的情绪恐怕更为强烈。

Antonio的体会正是如此。已晋升中层管理人员的他为欧洲当地颇为著名的大型企业工作,为了以后的晋升作准备,Antonio计划申请欧洲的顶尖商学院进修MBA课程。“公司能提供助学经济补贴,不必担心高昂的学费。”Antonio原本认为这是个很好的机会。

然而变化也来得很快。先是自己的妻子失业,然后Antonio又收到公司的通知:公司取消了员工的助学经济补助。Antonio的财务状况一下子变得紧张,既要维系整个家庭的开销,又要承担高昂的学费,Antonio犹豫之后决定放弃申请MBA。….”

For the full version of the mandarin-language article, see: http://www.yicai.com/news/2012/02/1438072.html.

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