Clubs

Alexandra Fitzgerald, Rotman School of Management

With a very heavy workload there is not enough time for MBA students to sign up to clubs. Nevrtheless the advice is “to make time” and take advantage of everything that business school has to offer 

Liliana Diaconu, Brandeis International Business School

Studying at business school provides students with the opportunity to follow their interests. Liliana has made the most of her time and has joined the real estate club 

Suhel Banerjee, Kellogg School of Management

As the fall quarter gets underway the recruiting season begins and the air is thick with anticipation and anxiety 

Mehul Ruparelia, Indian School of Business

Despite the rapid pace of the one-year programme, there is still time for formal and informal events at the Indian School of Business, including wine tasting  

Pranay Harsh, Wharton School

The first semester at Wharton really flew by. It’s hard to imagine that I had arrived in Philly back in late July and that I’ve been there for more than five months now! 

Pranay Harsh, Wharton School

It has been almost four months since business school started and I can truly say that I had no idea that this much time had passed. Before I know it, I’ll be a quarter-way through my b-school career and with that in mind, I gave some thought to how I should continue to make the most out of this time. 

Chloe Weisberg, Stern School of Business, NYU

During my first semester last year, I quickly found out that an MBA is more than just classes, homework, recruiting (and socialising!); it is also about taking on leadership roles in student-led clubs and actively contributing to the MBA community.

 

Ryan Conway, Thunderbird School of Global Management

The trimester is in full gear and that means the library is now my official second place of residence. As I sit here on this lovely Sunday you would think they were giving away something judging by the attendance.