Over the last couple of decades, technology has been advancing at an exponential rate. As tech jobs become more lucrative by the minute, they are sought after by more and more graduates, especially MBAs. However, in order to land the coveted well-paid position, one has to adapt to the rapidly changing world of modern technology.
Three years ago, David Yermack, professor of finance at New York University Stern School of Business, helped start a new course dealing with cryptocurrencies and blockchain. In the course of these three years, the course became so popular that David Yermack has now been to many of the world’s top universities reading lectures on cryptocurrencies, including Rotterdam, Stockholm, Amsterdam and Basel.
For aspiring MBAs who are just making up their mind as to what school they should enroll into, it’s often unclear how exactly American business schools manage to cope with the ever expanding international competition. However, it’s not usually easy to compare such drastically different schools as, for instance, Harvard and Oxford.
During these uneasy times, Europe is striving for some stability, which is provided by top European business schools. Since the previous year, the top 14 list hasn’t changed, save for some minor alterations in placement.