After submitting to the gauntlet, I thought it was done and out the way. In retrospect, however, it was more the opening chapter than the final one Read more

I have never heard anyone say they were not admitted to a business school because they submitted the scores of this alternative test Read more

Exam time leads to thoughts about the first term in the city – the surprises and discoveries  Read more

As China’s capital remained shrouded in pollution, my own fog lifted as I got to grips with what corporations need to do to improve sustainability and balance economic development with environmental issues Read more

Everyone has that one subject that gives them sleepless nights even before they start it. That subject for me was corporate finance.

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Stephen Morse feels fortunate to have the “Nuxoll advantage”. Read more

Entering his final term, Sam Peter is impressed by everything he has taken on so far  Read more

Piyush Jain enjoys the chance to relax and choose more specialised electives  Read more

With her first semester at Wharton under her belt Philippa Rock reflects on a wonderful term and has the opportunity to welcome three new students  Read more

Marta Szczerba looks back at her first term at Harvard Business School, which included case-based exams and a course on leadership  Read more

With recruitment season in full swing at the Indian Institute of Management Lucknow Amir Nail has found that some of his long-held myths were very far from the actual truth Read more

In his final term at Thunderbird, MBA blogger Kyle Wu found that suddenly and very unexpectedly, nothing was going to plan Read more

With his MBA almost over Atul is eager to return to the working world and a salary, but at the same time wants to continue to be a student and spend time with his business school friends Read more

The EPGP bandwagon carries on at a neck-breaking pace. Every day brings new challenges, increasingly complex case studies, growing networks and of course, the nervous energy associated with going into the examination halls all over again. Read more

How similar are scientists and corporate managers? Blogger Michele Lagioia finds that they are more alike than one might first suppose. Read more

For blogger Amar, at the Indian Institute of Management Lucknow, the workload is increasing Read more

With much of her MBA programme now behind her, Jaya Sharma is beginning to understand the importance of networks and how they can really help in a career Read more

Now in the second half of his MBA programme Atul Agarwal, who blogs from Warwick Business School, finds his days are full with electives and group work. Nonetheless he still has time for networking on LinkedIn Read more

With his MBA programme at Lancaster University Management School in full swing, blogger Niladri Gupta has found the workload a heavy one. Nonetheless he has found the time for some relaxation in Malaysia, allowing him to reflect on his programme Read more

Blogger Michele Lagioia finds considerable similarities between balancing on a rope and balancing the demands of his MBA programme at the European School of Management and Technology Read more

The end of his second term is in sight for FT MBA blogger John Hayden. He has already selected the electives he will study in his third term at HEC, but before that is a leadership course at the French Military Academy Saint Cyr  Read more

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill recently hosted the Sustainable Venture Capital Investment Competition which drew teams from around the world. And the winner? This year it was Said Business School University of Oxford. FT MBA blogger Ramesh Chander was on the winning team. Read more

It’s week three of a 12-week semester. I am sick. Those two sentences are not mutually exclusive. I had strained not just to keep up with the unrelenting workload, but to make it to classes. I went to talk to the professors to explain myself and in the hope of salvaging my grade. Read more

With the Chinese New Year about to begin blogger Marco Biava has a holiday ahead of him. However, he first had to endure Kam Po Day in which students had to present their career plans to a committee of managers and entrepreneurs. It was a very tough 20 minutes he says Read more

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 Read more