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Comprising alumni of a fellowship program created 20 years ago to help British engineers acquire MBAs from top universities, the SMF is now urging U.K.'s engineering schools to incorporate more management and business courses in their curricula. Mutadich, who received his undergraduate and master's degrees from Imperial - as well as a Sainsbury MBA at the French graduate business school, INSEAD - says his alma mater did a good job combining business and management courses with the science and math. In addition to business courses, Warwick-which has a reputation for innovation, as well as strong links to industry - added foreign-language classes and courses in ethics and philosophy, where students debate questions raised by such issues as sustainable development and nanotechnology.

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