Monthly Archives: December 2012

Ernest Kwame Gyimah, European School of Management and Technology

The end of the MBA programme is marked by a ball as graduating students prepare for their new professional lives  Read more >>

Kelvin Chiu

With his MBA under his belt one blogger believes that despite the hard work and challenges and economic uncertainty he would whole heartedly recomment studying for the degree Read more >>

Eunice Benedicto, Durham University Business School

The first three months of the MBA programme have been packed with activities and the time has flown Read more >>

Mark Partridge, University of Washington

It has been a very busy period for one blogger who despite studying on a full-time programme has continued to work part time, adding an additional layer of complexity to an already busy life  Read more >>

Derek Laan, Sungkyunkwan - Kelley School of Business

SKK GSB adopt's Psy's Gangnam Style. Getty Images

I’ve just finished my first semester here at SKK GSB. The past few weeks have been super busy with studying for finals and working on projects, so I haven’t had much time for blogging. But all the tests are now over and I’m writing this as I fly to Bangalore, India for my winter break. Before leaving, however, the semester ended on a high note with the annual SKK GSB year end party.
It’s a tradition at SKK GSB to have a year end party organised by the student government of the junior class for the seniors (second year students), faculty and office staff. As a member of the student government, I got to help in planning it and thankfully it was a big success. Read more >>

Diana Mak, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University

Understanding business in China involves understanding guanxii – networking or having connections. Often the reason that international companies do not thrive in China can be due to the fact that they have not had as long to cultivate guanxi Read more >>

Ashish Rastogi, IIM Calcutta

After a term away on a management internship one blogger has returned to campus to find it abuzz with activities. Read more >>

Ernest Kwame Gyimah, European School of Management and Technology

The last two months have indeed been very enlightening for me, working in a team on a consulting project and concurrently conducting my individual master’s thesis. Read more >>

Katie Sherning, Cranfield School of Management

The MBA programme is becoming more intense and Cranfield students find themselves pulled in several directions at once.  Read more >>

Arun Chaubey, Indian School of Business

The Indian School of Business has officially inaugurated its second campus and one MBA blogger was on hand to witness the event. Read more >>

Ibad Hyder, National University of Singapore

In my previous posts I have alluded to the fact how quickly time passes during an MBA programme. This might seem to be a repetition, but considering the lightening speed with which November went by, I cannot help but appreciate this aspect of life as an MBA student. Read more >>