Hajime Sudo, Bradford-Perugia joint MBA programme

Although life on an MBA programme is hectic, nevertheless there is still time for a leisurely meal at a traditional Italian restaurant Read more >>

Kelvin Chiu

The holidays beckon bringing with it the opportunity to travel. But first, the students have the end of term exams to face Read more >>

Kelvin Chiu

Despite studying and lessons, there is still time to try new activities and to make new friends and contacts Read more >>

Kamal Nagi, Stanford Graduate School of Business

The MBA is designed to be both fun and academically challenging and in the early days it is difficult to find the ‘work/life’ balance  Read more >>

Lidija Pehak Kolenko, Essec Business School

The company project gives MBA students the opportunity to put their business lessons into practice Read more >>

Alanna Petroff, Saïd Oxford

The end of the MBA is in sight, but there remains a final hurdle Read more >>

Brigitte Roediger, University of Stellenbosch

A holiday between the first and second terms is welcomed, but with assignments to hand in there is little chance for rest and relaxation  Read more >>

Mehul Ruparelia, Indian School of Business

From a leisurely pace to breakneck speed- the MBA programme at ISB gets underway  Read more >>

Lidija Pehak Kolenko, Essec Business School

Studying for an MBA in luxury means that one has the opportunity to attend sector fairs as well as a trip to one of the luxury markets Read more >>

Miguel Suarez, IE Business School

I have just finished reading tomorrow’s case for my Information Systems class and decided to relax and blog about an aspect that I feel is very critical to one-year programmes: managing our time and energy. Read more >>

Edward Carpenter

January brings with it a new term and a new team. Ceibs places a big emphasis on team tasks – you get given a team each term and most of the class assignments are done and submitted as a team. Read more >>

Pranay Harsh, Wharton School

This quarter, I am taking a core class in “managing people at work” and the discussions in this class spurred my to think about all the teams with whom I have worked, and perhaps more importantly, what I have taken away from each of these experiences. Read more >>

Vera Guerreiro, Tuck School of Business

Fall term is officially over. I just turned in my last exam. For second year Tuckies, fall term ends just before Thanksgiving, so I thought I would write down my favourite moments from my first term as a second year: Read more >>

Jorge Millan, Chinese University of Hong Kong

After two months of studying for an MBA at a top school, I can say that the secret of this MBA is Time Management. Time Management is very important inside every organisation, but also inside an MBA programme.


Federico Zaldua, Columbia Business School

After Aspen, suddenly, spring appeared. No more cold, dark or snow. Read more >>

Cezanne Maherali, Insead

This period has been much harder than I expected in terms of workload.


Michael Cooper, Strathclyde Business School

And so begins another hectic week of MBA life. Read more >>

Beth Bremner, HKUST

Well, I have arrived in San Diego and spent the day seeing the sights. It is a lovely city with lots of surprises – a gorgeous waterfront, lovely park and wonderful historic quarter. Read more >>

Aswini Anburajan, Judge Business School

There’s a common expression in the US about the people we care about – you can’t live with ‘em and you can’t live without ‘em. I think it applies best to family and in my case this term to my MBA family as well.