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A high-level educational institution in which students study subjects relating to business and commerce, such as economics, finance, and management:‘he graduated with a degree from one of the most prestigious business schools in America’
- ‘While one-third of U.S. business schools offered study-abroad programs or internships, less than 8% required them.’
- ‘Professors in business schools have taken the opportunity to advise business leaders to use IT in particular ways.’
- ‘David Michael hits college campuses and business schools each year, hoping to recruit one or two people straight from university programs.’
- ‘He had made such an impression at Harvard that the business school offered him a position teaching accounting.’
- ‘I started my career in marketing having done a first degree at University followed by an MBA at a business school in France.’
- ‘He defies his imperious, industrialist father's wishes to attend business school.’
- ‘He has held a range of senior positions within specialist travel industry companies since graduating from business schools in Germany and the UK in 1988.’
- ‘The Kauffman Report argues entrepreneurship training needs to extend beyond business schools.’
- ‘While still in business school, she started as a summer intern.’
- ‘In 1910, the building's second and third floors became a business school, while the first floor remained a bank.’
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