MBAs, regarded as a ‘career passport’, help graduates to find employment and enable them to benchmark themselves and appreciate their strengths and weaknesses. Photo: Reuters

Beyond career and gold

  • Instead of teaching just the nuts and bolts of the topic, business degrees are providing wider skill sets that equip students to face tougher challenges
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MBAs, regarded as a ‘career passport’, help graduates to find employment and enable them to benchmark themselves and appreciate their strengths and weaknesses. Photo: Reuters
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Ginn Fung

Ginn Fung

Ginn Fung is education editor at the South China Morning Post. He is a published author and has experience working as an editor for sport, lifestyle and B2B publications. He studied for a Master of Arts (Research) in English and a Master of Letters (Creative Writing) at The University of Sydney.