Выпускной проект кадрового резерва РЭУ им. Г.В. Плеханова Толстова И. В

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<ul><li> 1. .. Integral : . Integral, .. </li></ul> <p> 2. 1. on-line 2. IT . - 3. 3. Drivers of Online Education United States: 22% | Canada: 19% | Europe: 7% | APAC: 4% mba.com Prospective Student Survey: % considering online MBA programs 4. All degreesforecast to grow substan ally online, with undergraduate gaining ground. Mastersto remain sweet spot 6 Bachelors-114% growth 2010-20. Online to account for 14% of Bachelors headcount in 2020, up from 8% in 2010 Masters- 79% growth 2010-20. Online to account for 41% of Masters headcount in 2020, up from 30% in 2010 Doctoral- 74% growth 2010-20. Online to account for 22% of Doctoral headcount in 2020, up from 15% in 2010 Online Higher Educa on- By Degree 2010E&amp; 2020F Source: IPEDS, U.S. Census and Eduventures analysis on-line 2020 5. Online Providers: Strategic Groups Value Added + Quality Range of Courses IE Net edX UNC Open U Warwick Henley Laureate Apollo Udemy Coursera ? ? Khan Differen ated Universi es Big Educa on Retailers On-line 6. March 12, 2012 Della Bradshaw Bettina Bchel, professor of strategy and organisation at IMD, a business school in Lausanne that specialises in executive education, says companies are now asking the school to design programmes that can be taught face-to- face or online, to give flexibility. - 7. - MBA The BPM factors Av value Rank of importance Informational Factor 5, 45 1 AMBA accreditation Brand of the School State Diploma Temporal Factor 5, 32 2 Flexibility of the programme/mode of study Convenient location Individual approach Social Factor 5,24 2 World of Mouth Faculty Staff Utilitarian Factor 4,99 2 Career progress Salary increase Appropriate price Physical Factor 4, 84 3 Schools facilities Marketing materials Curriculum Regulatory Factor Entry requirements 4, 71 3 Tuition fees Tolstova I., Understanding the Choice of Business School Via the Behavioural Perspective Model, 2013, MA in Management, Durham Business School 8. , AMBA 9. IT 24/7 10. : , , ; , . - (IT-) , , MBA 11. - 12. 13. 14. Global AMBAssadors Global Leadership Conference: Snap survey, 2013 http://www.mbaworld.com www.gmac.com Foxall, G., R. (2007). Explaining Consumer Choice. Sir Paul Judge, Santiago Iniguez, , 2014 Understanding the Choice of Business School Via the Behavioural Perspective Model,2013, MA in management, Durham Business School .., . ., .., .., IT , 2013 15. .. ! </p>

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