In her final blog Katie sherning from Cranfield looks back on her MBA year, what made it special and what parts of the programme stood out for her
At the end of the first year of her online MBA programme Linda Groarke looks back and asks herself what went well. Lack of face-to-face contact with her peers has been a problem for her she says
Luxury brand management is more an art than a science argues blogger Christine Cheng. It is just as valuable to understand what happens in a fashion workshop as it is to be able to read a balance sheet
Business school is a marathon-length sprint says blogger Madhavi Rao, a flexible but focused approach is best she says.
Were you searching for the Cranfield MBA Cohort between 7th and the 24th of June? There would have been no point trying the syndicates, the lecture rooms, the library or even the local pub.
What is the real purpose of an MBA education? Blogger Kyle Wu heard an interesting dinner party conversation about business schools
Sonal has begun the second year of her MBA prgramme. For her this year is going to be about people and making memories, one of the advantages she says of a two-year programme
The work-life balance is a tricky nut to crack. An elective entitled Founder’s Dilemmas got Jennifer Soffen wondering if her personal life has to suffer in order for her to found a company
Wing Lee has embarked on an international exchange programme at Insead, at the Singapore campus. The experience has given him an insight into two different schools in Asia
With a very heavy workload there is not enough time for MBA students to sign up to clubs. Nevrtheless the advice is “to make time” and take advantage of everything that business school has to offer
Hammad Hussain is in the middle of recruitment and he is finding it a gruelling process. Being dinged – turned down by a company that you wanted to work for – is very hard he says, however it teaches you how to face adversity for ua
A busy day for new blogger Andrew Radin began with rowing on the Charles River and ended with an evening class on the application of advanced entrepreneurial techniques
Blogger Ildeniz asks what happens when a student who embarked on an MBA with the aim of working in the business world, changes his or her mind and instead opts for a career as an academic?
Blogger Derek Laan has started the second year of his MBA. While the first part of the programme was spent at SKK GSB in Korea, he is now experiencing the larger classes of the Kelley school
With only a week to go before the start of his Judge Business School MBA, Abhinav Charan is excited by the months ahead
Although beginning her MBA late in her career Veena Viswanathan opted to study on a full time programme rather than on an EMBA. Now two weeks in she already feels as if she is in a vacuum of assignments and group activities
Before his MBA programme officially began, Marco Biava took part in a three-week pre-MBA module which focused on team building. The sailing trip on the island of Hainan was he says the most effectivei team building trip he had ever been on
Instead of opting for an intership over the summer break, new blogger Andrew Radin opted to spend the months at MIT’s Global Founders’ Skills Accelerator to hone his entrepreneurial mindset
Making the transition from being a graduate of translation and interpretation to a potential MBA candidate was a difficult step, but Ildeniz Armutak has no regrets
Christine is enjoying her time in Paris as the Essec luxury MBA programme. The hour-long commute gives her time to read and to relax at the end of the day
Orientation gives students the chance to understand exactly what the MBA programme entails. One tip is to keep on top of the workload, otherwise you will always be playing ‘catch-up’