With graduation almost upon him one MBA blogger feels that the 16 months of his programme have gone by in the blink of an eye.
An exchange programme is a great way of experiencing another culture and as long as you plan well in advance, it is perfectly possible to bring your children with you.
An exchange trip provides an opportunity to enhance networks and enjoy a different culture
With only a few weeks before the holidays, there is time for a special elective that includes a field trip to Hong Kong and Mumbai
If you’ve ever lived in this part of the world, you wouldn’t be surprised to hear people enquiring what the MBA is all about.
September marks the beginning of Careers Month at AGSM with recruiters from across the region visiting the school
Halfway through his MBA programme Abhishek believes that the highlight of the programme so far has been the cultural diversity of his class
So how can you make an intensive 16-month MBA programme, filled with late nights, assignments and exams, even more challenging? Well, you could try doing it with a baby at home.
With the first term finished students are beginning to take the programme more in their stride and are beginning to focus on the recruitment process
Business school gives students the opportunity to sample many aspects of corporate life through a wide variety of extra-curricular activities.
For many MBA students the last exam they took was as an undergraduate, now they remember once again what it is like to face a competitive test
Sun, surf, sand and an MBA, what a wonderful combination…..