Looking for a job? Then take the advice of one MBA blogger and network, network, network.
What are the advantages of studying in Europe v studying in the US? One blogger was has had experience of both gives a few tips to would-be students
With the difficult economic situation in Europe, MBAs are finding it hard to secure summer internships. But for one MBA blogger perserverance paid off
If you are a woman and interested in business, then the best advice one female blogger can give is to do an MBA
Over the last two months, I’ve begun to realise that finding an internship is a long, gruelling process. One that requires much more time than I initially thought.
The new year brings with it the decision to reassess one’s goals and ambitions and the resolution to find a job within one month of graduation
An integral part of any MBA programme is team work which can present challenges when a group of disparate personalities have to learn to work together
Although the Class of 2012 on the MBA programme at SDA Bocconi are only a few weeks into their course, nevertheless the work is piling up. However, there is still some time left for extra-curricular activitiesi
The weeks leading up to the start of an MBA programme are always nerve wracking for new students, but making contact on Facebook has helped to calm anxieties
It was the beginning of March, when I officially decided I wanted to get my MBA. I spent two weeks researching schools and trying to find the programmes that were the best fit for me.