Jaya Sharma, one of the MBA bloggers, accompanied the Manchester Business School team as they took part in the inaugural FT Business School Challenge. She had a great time
New blogger Justin Ter from Ceibs reflects on the first six months of his MBA programme. He believes that he has already become more empathetic and tolerant and feels he now has a better grasp of when to compromise, when to push ahead and when to take a back seat.
“Despite a conviction for fraud, which billionaire said he was planning to stand in the European elections?” and “Which internet company turned down Daniek Ek, the founder of Spotify, for a job?” were just two of the questions in the FT’s Business School Challenge, which launched this week. Seven European business schools participated and and the winner was……
With graduation staring her in the face, MBA blogger Madhavi Rao believes that her years at Michigan Ross have been some of the best of her life
A group of students from Warwick Business School spent an enjoyable week in Vancouver. Many were so impressed they are eager to return to the city post-MBA
For John Hayden one of the most valuable aspects of his MBA programme has been the TEC On Campus scheme. The course at HEC Paris has allowed the MBA blogger to learn more about himself and his leadership potential
If you’ve ever been to Harvard Business School, you’ll know what I mean when I say that physically it’s an incredibly comfortable place. The facilities are impeccable. Our student centre, filled with huge arm chairs, dark wood tables and bright sunlight, provides a country club atmosphere for students. You may not come from money, but here you already feel like you’ve made a ton of it.
Hilary term at Said Business School, Oxford is now well underway. But many of the MBA students, including MBA blogger Ramesh Chander, dub the term “Hellary” because of the heavy workload they all have to face
Insead is known for its large international cohort. FT MBA blogger Veena Viswanathan interviews an Argentine-Italian student and gets an insight into his life on campus
What is networking? Kshitij Gopal thinks there is value to be found in networking and making contacts for the same reasons that we make friends
The final and make-up exams are over. Now I have a three-week holiday ahead, without the stress that comes from all the evening classes that are hard to attend on time due to the heavy traffic load in Istanbul, the lack of concentration on topics after a long and tiring work day and the attempts to stay awake in order to be able to prepare for the mid-term and final exams.
Design is about creating beautiful products that people are eager to buy, writes one blogger, and MIT creates innovative companies that do just that
Two MBA students from Insead discuss bank regulation and banking management with one of the business school’s top professors
There are no easy answers to the question of how business women should dress, writes one blogger.
A symposium on tackling the world economy elicited the differing political standpoints of some of Columbia Business School’s most influential stakeholders.
It’s SO obvious once you’ve voiced your concern or your flailing has been noted by someone other than yourself, that talking about it and escalating the matter as soon as it starts to snowball is the best and right thing to do.
Is there really an MBA bubble now, a fellow student asked me last week. “It depends!” was my quick retort.
After a solid month of work on the start-up over Independent Activities Period (IAP), it’s time to play the balancing game and go back to the classroom.
One of the reasons why I chose the Essec MBA in Luxury Brand Management was for the unparalleled exposure its students have to industry executives.