The course that I have thought about the most this term is values based leadership. I don’t mean I thought about it in terms of number of assignments. Rather the number of times I have reconsidered questions posed in class as they crop up in normal life. Read more
GIM China class of 2009
Picture this, an American from Cleveland, an Asian Indian American, a student from Poland and myself trying to agree on a research topic on China. That is our challenge over the next few weeks as we start our Global Initiatives in Management (GIM): China class.
GIM is a very popular course at Kellogg with more than 400 students participating last year and involves in-depth study of a country. Students can choose from one of 8 countries or regions that have a GIM class.
Students collaborate with faculty advisors to design a ten-week curriculum on the chosen country. The curriculum is taught in class and includes guest speakers. For GIM China we will study topics such as economics, health care reform, consumerism, culture and many more. Read more
As everyone prepares to go home for the holiday period, many of the international students are also planning students admissions events in their home towns. Read more
I am returning to Kellogg from a welcome week-long break for Thanksgiving. I now have a week left to finish classes, group projects, take my fall term final exams and enjoy a couple of farewell parties before I head back to England for Christmas. Read more
I couldn’t have avoided [American] football in the US this term even if I had tried. It is a huge part of the American culture I wanted to sample coming to a US business school. I could not have imagined how much I would have taken to it however. Read more
View from the office, downtown Chicago
When considering whether or not to embark on an MBA, one of my initial considerations was: how much more could I learn about “business” in a classroom compared with on-the-job experience?
There were two key aspects to the One-Year Kellogg MBA programme that tipped the decision towards the MBA.
First, and the most obvious, was the fact that I could graduate in a year and have almost complete flexibility to focus on the areas most important to my personal development. Read more
Kellogg Cares is an annual event, where volunteers sign up for a day of community service in the Evanston and Chicago area. This year was the largest in its six-year history, with 30 community organisations providing projects, 350 volunteers participating (up 150 from last year), and 20 per cent of those volunteers coming from outside the full time MBA programme – significant others, part time MBA students, PhDs, Executive MBA students, alumni, faculty and staff. Read more
This FT MBA blog explains the one-year MBA programme at the Kellogg School of Management Read more