Kshitij Gopal, our Asia-based blogger, compares the differences between his school in Singapore and the one he is currently based at in Barcelona
Singapore-based blogger Kshitij Gopal reflects on his first year at business school, questioning the subject matter
A team from the National University of Singapore Business School took part in the recent case competition at Yale. But although the team came third blogger Kishitji Gopal has reservations. The team’s presentation skills were not what they should be he says and Asian schools need to improve in this area
For many MBA students now is the time to sign up for an internship. But blogger Kshitij Gopal says that the job search in Singapore is much harder than he had anticipated and while he has been lucky, many of his friends are still searching
Most MBA courses are short. For most students they’re too short to figure out what to do with life and the future. For others they’re too packed with activity to sit back and take a break and for the select few who have families or jobs waiting for them – too little interest to care about what the batch is up to.
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
In his first MBA blog Kshitij Gopal describes life at the National University of Singapore business school, a rollercoaster of classes, parties, assignments, networking events and much more