For Wesley Cole the MBA programme has ended and it is out into the real world
Many who are considering studying for an EMBA seek company sponsorship. But is it necessarily the right way to fund an MBA programme?
One EMBA blogger believes that there is more to his programme than a return on investment
With a long summer break it is easy to become distracted and postpone coursework and reading assignments, but there is always a day of reckoning
International visits give MBA students the opportunity to experiences different cultures and different ways of doing business
If you keep your wits about you, there are examples of case studies in every-day experiences which might come in handy when facing exams
An executive MBA allows participants to put lessons learnt into practice immediately. A recent information management module at school provided insights into an overlooked aspect of IT – relationship management
Revision is a great way of committing knowledge to memory, especially when the spur is fear of failure and exam resits
Wesley bemoans the technical text books that he has to read and yearns for academic writing in plain English.
As an undergraduate time was something to be squandered, but now studying for an EMBA and working full time, one MBA blogger understands the importance of time management
I remember Christmas 1998 vividly. I was in my last year of school and starting to realise the joys of independence and freedom. As presents I was given CK One aftershave, a new Ben Sherman shirt and a NOW 41 CD featuring East 17. Good times.
In his first week of business school, Wesley Cole learns to expect the unexpected
In selecting any MBA programme research is vital and the MBA blogs have provided an insight into what it is like to go to business school