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Piyush Jain, UCLA Anderson School of Management

Piyush Jain talks about his internship at Epson, the electronics company Read more

Philippa Rock, The Wharton School

Philippa Rock sums up her first year, which involved 23 flights  Read more

Piyush Jain, UCLA Anderson School of Management

Piyush Jain discovers there is nothing wrong with having fun on the MBA Read more

Philippa Rock, The Wharton School

Philippa Rock sees the benefits of developing her network by trying new things  Read more

Monica Dee, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Monica Dee describes how things are heating up on campus  Read more

Sam Peter, Saïd Business School, Oxford

Sam Peter prepares to make the most of an annual event at his school  Read more

Monica Dee, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Monica Dee explores how exercise adds to her MBA experience  Read more

Michael Wieder, Imperial Business School

Michael Wieder describes the talks and events he has been privy to in March Read more

Sam Peter, Saïd Business School, Oxford

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

Emily Ambrose, Stanford Graduate School of Business

Emily Ambrose analyses the pros and cons of life on campus Read more

Michael Wieder, Imperial Business School

Michael Wieder experiences some intensive training in financial matters  Read more

Brenden Sheehan, Thunderbird School of Global Management

Brenden Sheehan describes his cohort’s reunion in Singapore  Read more

Charlotte Clarke, Communities Editor

Imperial College Business School (left to right): Jonathan Lai, Stephen Zhang, Ram Ananth, Aditya Khera and team leader Will Thorne. Credit: David Parry/FT

“Which French bank was fined a record $8.9bn by a US court after pleading guilty to helping clients bust sanctions against Sudan, Iran and Cuba?” asked quizmaster Andrew Hill in this year’s FT MBA Quiz. “BNP Paribas” responded the team from Imperial College Business School and with that they had won – defending their championship title for a second yearRead more

Philippa Rock, The Wharton School

Taking a break from recruitment interviews, Philippa Rock helps to welcome the next intake of Wharton students  Read more

Emily Ambrose, Stanford Graduate School of Business

With 40 per cent of her class international, Emily Ambrose discovers the benefits of diversity  Read more

Sam Peter, Saïd Business School, Oxford

Faced with a frantic start to the next semester, Sam Peter makes the most of all opportunities available to him  Read more

Charlotte Clarke, Communities Editor

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What is the best way of launching a start-up? On Wednesday, 18th February 2015, between 2 – 3pm GMT, two experts will answer readers’ questions on the value of a business education when starting a business.

On the panel are:

Submit your questions on the right-hand side of this post or email ask@ft.com.

 

Marta Szczerba, Harvard Business School

Having enjoyed the events from her first semester, Marta Szczerba helps to organise a student trip around New York’s start-up scene Read more

Piyush Jain, UCLA Anderson School of Management

Back at school for the winter quarter, Piyush Jain sees the entire mood change as recruiters arrive to campus  Read more

Michael Wieder, Imperial Business School

Michael Wieder, one of our UK-based bloggers, is making the most of all the extracurricular activities available to MBA students  Read more