Sailing Away For an MBA

Business schools are going international, whether they are in the U.S., overseas or online

David Schoch, 30, a telecom executive, is taking some time away from work to get his M.B.A., and he spends his days in such seminars as Economics of the Firm and Management: People, Principles and Processes. In the evenings, he works on group projects at the apartment he shares with two other guys. In many ways, his existence is like that of any first-year student at the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. Yet when Schoch walks to class each morning it is not along the blustery shores of Lake Michigan but through the bustling streets of Barcelona, past Antonio...

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