Beginning an MBA programme is an exciting prospect
Business school gives students the opportunity to sample many aspects of corporate life through a wide variety of extra-curricular activities.
Just over a month ago, students from Melbourne Business School visited our school to participate in the annual AGSM-MBS cup. The schools take turns to host the event every year and this year it fell to AGSM.
Wharton’s Welcome Weekend includes a theatrical production that is enjoyed by all
It feels like yesterday that I started writing this blog, but it’s already time to start thinking ahead to which courses I want to take next year.
I’ve been trying to think of words that would adequately describe our study trip to China and most fall short – fascinating, amazing, mind-bending – these words together start to paint a picture of our week long trip to businesses in Shanghai and Beijing. But above all else it was great fun.
A team bonding event at an experiential learning centre near the school was the perfect beginning to the MBA programme
Perserverance, luck and skill have all come together for Tuck MBA student Vera
Understanding strategic management through business case studies and analysis, proves to be very insightful
One of the advantages of attending Cheung Kong is the school’s flexibilty in letting students take the initiative in hosting events that are directly relevant to their own interests, which in my case is entrepreneurship.
The admitted MBA class of 2013 will spend weekend at Tuck to get a taste of their potential future life at the school
It is somewhat facile to talk in terms of a consistent party line, but it is pretty interesting to hear what influential individuals have to say.
Studying for an MBA in luxury means that one has the opportunity to attend sector fairs as well as a trip to one of the luxury markets
MBA students have the opportunity to visit a factory in China to watch the quality control process
Spring break gives MBA students the opportunity to discover different cultures as well as network with students from other business schools
Rather than spend his summer doing an internship, MBA student Pranay Harsh is going to dip his toe into entrepreneurial waters
The opportunity to work on an entrepreneurial project can provide new areas of learning for students
For many MBA students the last exam they took was as an undergraduate, now they remember once again what it is like to face a competitive test