Michael Wieder, Imperial Business School

A three-day course and several networking opportunities give UK-blogger Michael Wieder a new perspective on his career  Read more

Marta Szczerba, Harvard Business School

Two days of design thinking provide a refreshing change from case study methods for US-based blogger Marta Szczerba Read more

Monica Dee, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Realising she has been too focused on her plan A, our Asia-based blogger Monica Dee considers another route to take after graduation  Read more

Emily Ambrose, Stanford Graduate School of Business

Emily Ambrose, former management consultant, describes the lessons she has learnt starting business school  Read more

Owen Woolcock, London Business School

Having now completed one year at business school, Owen Woolcock reflects on the value of an MBA Read more

Charlotte Clarke, Communities Content Editor

Could an executive MBA help you in your career? If so, how do you choose the right programme? The Financial Times’ panel of experts are now answering reader’s questions live:

On the panel are:

Xiongwen Lu, dean of Fudan University School of Management
Peter Tufano, dean of the University of Oxford Saïd Business School
Della Bradshaw, editor of Financial Times Business Education

 

Michael Wieder, Imperial Business School

Michael Wieder describes his first week at business school, meeting lecturers and joining societies Read more

Gareth Rees, University of Bath EMBA

Gareth Rees, one of our UK-based bloggers, finds discussing business in a global context leads to some interesting questions  Read more

Piyush Jain, UCLA Anderson School of Management

Piyush Jain, one of our US-based bloggers, describes his first three weeks of business school  Read more

Kshitij Gopal, National University of Singapore

Kshitij Gopal, our Asia-based blogger, compares the differences between his school in Singapore and the one he is currently based at in Barcelona  Read more

Michael Wieder, Imperial Business School

Michael Wieder, one of our UK-based bloggers, describes his first week of business school  Read more

Marta Szczerba, Harvard Business School

Harvard MBA Marta Szczerba believes that student clubs are the best way to make lasting friendships Read more

Michele Lagioia, European School of Management and Technology

Michele Lagioia, one of our Germany-based bloggers, describes the impact of his long-awaited international field seminar  Read more

Jaya Sharma, Manchester Business School

Jaya Sharma, one of our UK-based bloggers, shares tips from a technology conference at her school  Read more

Omar Khan, University of Sydney Business School

Omar Khan, our Australia-based blogger, describes his trip to Asia with 24 MBA students  Read more

Philippa Rock, The Wharton School

Philippa Rock, one of our US-based bloggers, describes her first few weeks at business school  Read more

Michael Wieder, Imperial Business School

Michael Wieder, one of our UK-based bloggers, reflects on what he would like to achieve at business school  Read more

Owen Woolcock, London Business School

Owen Woolcock, one of our UK-based bloggers, describes office life at one of the most recognisable companies in the world  Read more

Ramesh Chander, Sai¨d Business School, Oxford

Ramesh Chander, one of our UK-based bloggers, writes his last post having now graduated from the University of Oxford Saïd Business School Read more

Monica Dee, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Faced with a variety of tasks, our Asia-based blogger Monica Dee, is learning the importance of time management Read more

Andrew Radin, MIT Sloan

In his final post, Andrew Radin, one of our US-based bloggers, describes his plans after graduation  Read more

Marta Szczerba, Harvard Business School

Marta Szczerba, one of our US-based bloggers, describes the teaching structure at Harvard Business School  Read more

Kyle Wu, Thunderbird School of Global Management

Kyle Wu, one of our US-based bloggers in his second year of business school, describes the job search process conducted by his classmates Read more