With his MBA under his belt Noel Hanssens has discovered that he learnt as much outside the classroom as he did inside during his MBA programme
As well as the tangible benefits of studying for an MBA programme, there are the intangible ones which are equally important
The opportunity to travel, whether on exchange programmes or career treks is one of the advantages of an MBA programme
Rankings can be a brilliant resource for students who are considering going to business school and wish to search the wide range of MBA programmes on offer.
For many on an MBA programme the international diversity of the cohort is one of the key elements. A two-year programme allows for friendships to develop and in many cases is a network that lasts a lifetime
As an Australian studying an MBA in Hong Kong, the economic rise of Asia has been apparent every day of my 14-month long course.
Beginning an MBA is always nerve wracking-, but throw in a typhoon and circus skills and you have an unusual start to the programme
On my final night in Beijing mother nature accomplished what the global financial crisis, the tech bubble burst and the crash of the Asian tigers could not – bringing the capital of the Chinese economic juggernaut, if only momentarily, to a standstill.
Although formal classes have yet to begin life is already busy for one MBA blogger as Mandarin classes and cultural visits take up much of his time
One of the most interesting aspects of an MBA programme is the international diversity found within any class. By the end of any programme you will have friends in several continents