Despite the heavy academic workload, there is still plenty of time for fun and relaxation
The academic side of the MBA might be over, but there is still plenty of work ahead before graduation
Studying for an MBA in Italy has allowed one student the chance to indulge his passion for art with frequent trips to Florence
While soccer lovers, the world over were gearing up for the UEFA champions league finals between Germany’s Bayern Munich and the UK’s Chelsea FC, we the first year MBA students were slugging it out on the soccer pitch with the second year MBA students for a place in the finals of the dean’s cup soccer competition.
Recently, I took part in a group project where we negotiated a merger between AT&T and Seattle-based McCaw Wireless. It was a fascinating experience, not only for the lessons about valuation.
An international trip allows students the chance to explore a different culture as well as the opportunity to socialise and get to know each other better
As well as the opportunity to take electives in the second half of an MBA programme, for some students there is also the chance to work overseas and gain experience in fields as diverse as healthcare, luxury, energy and demographic studies
A group project involves not only collaboration, but agreeing on an agreed timetable and objective. When team members hail from various corners of the world this is not always an easy task
With graduation almost upon him one MBA blogger feels that the 16 months of his programme have gone by in the blink of an eye.
The Kellogg India Business Conference draws some of India’s most illustrious corporate leaders who share their experiences about creating and leading a successful venture in the country
As he approaches the end of his MBA programme one blogger believes that his time at school will define his life more than any other event
With the difficult economic situation in Europe, MBAs are finding it hard to secure summer internships. But for one MBA blogger perserverance paid off
A field trip to Singapore allows students to experience a different culture and have classes with a different focus
With his MBA degree under his belt, one MBA blogger reflects on his year-long programme at the Indian School of Business – an opportunity not to be missed
A game of golf is an excellent opportunity for some networking and the chance to find out more about your chosen career path
I want to start this entry by saying how unbearably hot and humid the weather in Hong Kong is already. I know I shouldn’t be complaining coming from Canada but the thought of having to wear a suit to an event right now makes me cringe.
An MBA programme is an intense experience and many close friendships are formed.
Innovation lies at the heart of success, but for students to appreciate this they first have to lose their inhibitions and dare to think “outside the box”