In many business schools there is a herd mentality, with MBAs afraid that if they do not follow the bank/consultany interview crowd, they will miss the boat. But there are other options available
It is time for the annual internship dance when thousands of hopeful MBA students search for a position
I can’t believe how quickly the first term has gone. It seems like yesterday I was at orientation meeting my fellow classmates. I have had a constant feeling since school started of wishing I had just a little more time in the day to really extract the maximum value from my experience, but so is life.
It’s amazing that in just two weeks I will be done with my first quarter at LBS. The more I think about it, the pace of business school reminds me of the pace of working in investment banking.
One of the great things about attending business school is the opportunity to apply what you learn in the classroom to the real world. And, one of the best ways of doing this, is to participate in intra-LBS and inter-business school competitions.
Yesterday, was my last class of Glam. Glam is a core course at London Business School, the acronym standing for Global Leadership Assessment for Managers. The purpose of the course is to teach students about the core attributes of finding the gaps in where you are and what you want to achieve.
Orientation at LBS is in full swing and I couldn’t be more satisfied with my decision to come here.
School doesn’t start for a couple months, but four weekends ago, I had the opportunity to attend Admits Weekend in London.
I know that some of you reading this post are obsessed – obsessed with reading the online MBA forums, obsessed with reading about other people’s “GMAT experiences” and obsessed with reading about other people’s individual recipe for application success.
In six weeks, I will leave the San Francisco Bay area to attend the full-time MBA programme at London Business School.