It was the beginning of March, when I officially decided I wanted to get my MBA. I spent two weeks researching schools and trying to find the programmes that were the best fit for me.
Moving from India to the US for an MBA programme is an experience that suhel Banerjee and his wife are looking forward to, especially the opportunity to see the snow for the first time
The annual rowing competition gives the MBA students the opportunity to practice their team work
The MBA tournament is an opportunity for students from across Europe to get to know each other via various sporting events
Opportunities present themselves in the most unexpected of circumstances and a fleeting conversation can change someone’s career path
Competitions allow students to hone their business talents and leverage their findings to help them negotiate
Many MBA programmes include an in-company project where all the theoretical concepts learned in class can be put into practice
Graduation marks the end of an era as the USC Class of 2011 leave the school for far-flung destinations
Sporting events, such as the recent MBAT event, give MBA students the opportunity to network and of course compete against each other.
The importance of networking and the value it can add to your career prospects has been brought home to Barry Chien
Some classes make a lasting impression on students like this one on security analysis at Columbia Business School
Two weeks ago the Financial Times published a special report called The New Trade Routes: Latin America and it made me think about the relations between China and Latin America.
Business school competitions give students an opportunity to flex their intellectual muscles, but are nervewracking nonetheless
Although the finals are over and the grades are in, exploration of the luxury sector continues
For many students, for whom English is not their first language, exams are doubly stressful as they test their English comprehension skills as well as their knowledge of the subject
Graduation is in sight and end of term parties, dinners and social events are planned
I just finished, what was for me, the most intense period at Insead so far. P4 is the period when the bulk of on-campus recruitment takes place and there are company presentations/dinners/workshops/networking events every single day for almost the entire seven-week period.
Visits from schools overseas bring a new dimension to classroom discussions
A short course in acting and drama techniques helps business students in their presentation
What a difference a year and an MBA scholarship makes
Despite exams and late night classes the MBA programme at Tsinghua is highly enjoyable
What makes a good leader and can leadership be taught?
With the end in sight, Federico has to make a choice between two job offers