Monthly Archives: October 2012

Ernest Kwame Gyimah, European School of Management and Technology

Travel broadens the mind and allows MBA students to experience different cultures and understand a little of what it takes to do business in another country Read more

Eunice Benedicto, Durham University Business School

Guest speakers from a variety of sectors provide intimate insight and different perspectives which MBA students would be hard pressed to discover in the “outside world”.  Read more

Katie Sherning, Cranfield School of Management

As the MBA programme gets underway the benefits of team work come to the fore with reading lists split between the team members so that the maximum amount of ground is covered Read more

Mark Partridge, University of Washington

Without realising it, second year MBA students discover that they have built up a network of contacts across countries and sectors and when necessary can tap into this network to the benefit of the students on campus Read more

Derek Laan, Sungkyunkwan - Kelley School of Business

Last week was a busy one again! We had our first test of the programme in accounting and also we were busy trying to finish group projects before our week-long vacation for Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving). Read more

Lubica Valentova, HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management

Beginning an MBA programme is an intense experience, but the schools go out of their way to make new students feel at home Read more

Arun Chaubey, Indian School of Business

One new blogger describes how life at the Indian School of Business is a 51-week roller coaster ride Read more

Brigitte Roediger, University of Stellenbosch

The visit by the accrediting body the Association of MBAs gave MBA students the opportunity to reflect on what they really enjoy about their school and MBA programme Read more

Hajime Sudo, Bradford-Perugia joint MBA programme

The end of the MBA programme is a time for reflection, but for many the beginning of new careers Read more

Katie Sherning, Cranfield School of Management

A week-long orientation gives students the opportunity to get to know each other and to push boundaries. Read more

Stephen Garden, London Business School

Studying on exchange for a term in California gives students access to Silicon Valley  Read more

Wing Lee, Ceibs

To get the most from studying and working in China an individual needs to integrate into Chinese culture, which one blogger says can be far more complicated than one realises Read more