Peter Tufano talks of changes made and the new challenges ahead

Approaching the end of his first year at Saïd, Tufano has already made changes including a new “1+1″ degree program that pairs an M.B.A. and a master’s degree in another subject at Oxford. Based on an extension of the Rhodes Scholars program, there was strong evidence to support the idea that students can build exceptionally strong courses of study across subject areas.

In this WSJ interview, Tufano discusses the funding challenges faced by schools and by students. He expects that alumni will play an increasingly important role in the future as the school’s network matures, and the school plans to experiment with innovative approaches to engaging with its alumni.

Read the full Wall Street Journal article here.