Exams

Mark Partridge, University of Washington

In his final blog, Mark Partridge looks back on his business school career and gives some advice on when it might be a good time to study for an MBA  Read more

Diana Mak, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University

Graduation is almost upon her, and one blogger is going to continue her dream of founding a social enterprise Read more

Kishore Adiraju, MIP Politecnico di Milano

Before even taking his first exam Kishore believes that he has learned a very valuable lesson  Read more

Eunice Benedicto, Durham University Business School

During an MBA you will experience conflicting demands, but how you handle that is all part of the programme. Eunice Benedicto advises students to be willing to compromise and let go of non-mandatory sessions to achieve the work-life balance Read more

Ibad Hyder, National University of Singapore

With much of his MBA programme under his belt Ibad Hyder has several tips for potential students on how to get the most out of business school Read more

Wesley Cole, Cass Business School

For Wesley Cole the MBA programme has ended and it is out into the real world Read more

Kyle Wu, Thunderbird School of Global Management

Studying for an MBA is a stressful experience. Initially it students find that they can cope, but when academics and the search for an internship combine stress levels can go off the scale  Read more

Katie Sherning, Cranfield School of Management

While some students use their break for some well-deserved rest and relaxation others can use the time in overseas consulting. A week working in another country can be an eye-opening and rewarding experience Read more

Mark Partridge, University of Washington

With the end of his two-year MBA programme in sight Mark Patridge is determined to make the very most of all his last moments at business school Read more

Thomas Pedrick, University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business

Staying up all night to watch the sunrise sounds like fun, but in fact for one blogger it made for a very tiring series of lectures the following day  Read more

Katie Sherning, Cranfield School of Management

A hectic time for students with exams, competitions and assignments to complete ahead of a much-needed break Read more

Lubica Valentova, HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management

A careers workshop proved to be a very useful exercise as it helped one blogger to hone her interview techniques Read more

Katie Sherning, Cranfield School of Management

The holidays provided a welcome opportunity for rest and reflection and the cohort has now returned eager for the second term of their MBA programme Read more

Kyle Wu, Thunderbird School of Global Management

The MBA does not always begin with the first day of business school. For one blogger time spent in Taiwan has proved invaluable and he learned more from his visit than he could have ever done through books Read more

Katie Sherning, Cranfield School of Management

With the first term over and exams and assessments completed it is now just a question of waiting for the exam results and enjoying the growing friendship of the cohort Read more

Eunice Benedicto, Durham University Business School

A christmas away from home with new MBA friends is one that will never be forgotten  Read more

Liliana Diaconu, Brandeis International Business School

The sparkling Christmas decorations have filled us with happiness and excitement. The holiday season is the time for gifts and the time when families come together to celebrate. For many MBA students this time of the year also marks the time of final exams, paper deadlines and endless hours studying. Stress and tensions are undoubtedly high but these are the last obstacles before we reach that brief period of rest and recovery. Read more

Eunice Benedicto, Durham University Business School

The first three months of the MBA programme have been packed with activities and the time has flown Read more

Katie Sherning, Cranfield School of Management

The MBA programme is becoming more intense and Cranfield students find themselves pulled in several directions at once.  Read more

Ibad Hyder, National University of Singapore

In my previous posts I have alluded to the fact how quickly time passes during an MBA programme. This might seem to be a repetition, but considering the lightening speed with which November went by, I cannot help but appreciate this aspect of life as an MBA student. Read more

Arun Chaubey, Indian School of Business

As well as academic commitments students are busy with extra curricular activities, including working with non-profits Read more

Derek Laan, Sungkyunkwan - Kelley School of Business

Sometimes an intensive course is just what is needed to students to come to grips with a particular topic Read more

Lubica Valentova, HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management

Group assignments are a wonderful opportunity to learn from your peers, but working together can lead to tensions. There will often be as many opionions about a problem as there are members of the group.  Read more