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Financial Times: MBA students see the business sense in both doing well and doing good


Business schools are responding to a surge in demand for education that equips students to become social entrepreneurs…“I do think that a business school that encourages social entrepreneurs is quite brave because MBA ranking tables do take into account the salaries of MBA graduates and typical salaries in social entrepreneurship tend to be lower,” says Tim Jones, newly appointed entrepreneur in residence at the centre for entrepreneurial learning at Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge and associate fellow at Saïd…”

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