Somewhere deep in the Cavendish lab at Cambridge in the UK, I’m convinced there’s someone who can answer my question: how does it feel like an entire year has gone by in five weeks, while simultaneously looking at a calendar and feeling like time has turned into precious grains of sand that are accelerating through an hourglass?
Surely in the dusty papers of Cambridge’s famous academics from Newton to Hawking someone brainstormed the answer about how so much can be captured in such a short space of time?
I started the MBA programme in SDA Bocconi School of Management in Milan, Italy at the beginning of September 2009.
During my first month, I took the “precourses” which were optional for the new MBA students of 2009. This one-month programme aims to equip the new students for the intense, one-year MBA programme at Bocconi by providing them with foundations in accounting, economics and quantitative methods (or gives them a chance to review what they had learned in the past).
This post outlines the new MBA blog from the Financial Times, which features MBA students from schools including Chicago Booth, the Judge Business School Cambridge and Bocconi, among others.