Consulting project

Jaya Sharma, Manchester Business School

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

Omar Khan, University of Sydney Business School

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

Jaya Sharma, Manchester Business School

A live consultancy project gives MBA students to see what life could be like once they leave business school and enter the workplace. Jaya Sharma at Manchester Business School has found the entire experience exciting 

Lee Mrnjavac, Iese Business School

One blogger finds that being able to apply lessons from the classroom to real life situations is what an MBA is all about 

Miguel Suarez, IE Business School

With graduation little more than a month away Miguel has no regrets about studying for an MBA 

Mehul Ruparelia, Indian School of Business

So it has been over six months since I packed up my life and came to India and the ISB. The point in time also marks halfway of my MBA which is a scary thought as it seems like only yesterday I arrived!


Alanna Petroff, Saïd Oxford

During the summer MBA students were scattered all over the world. However they managed to keep in contact via Facebook which also helped in the initiation of a slightly strange summer pastime  

Lidija Pehak Kolenko, Essec Business School

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

Katie Cannon, London Business School

A summer internship gives MBA students the opportunity to ‘try out’ a sector to see whether or not it will be a future career ‘fit’  

Alanna Petroff, Saïd Oxford

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

Alanna Petroff, Saïd Oxford

Even though you have been accepted onto an MBA programme, don’t anticipate that it will all be plain sailing, there are bound to be setbacks ahead.  

Abhishek Ramanathan, Australian School of Business

Business school gives students the opportunity to sample many aspects of corporate life through a wide variety of extra-curricular activities. 

Maxime Droubi, IMD

Autumn is definitely here. The temperature in Lausanne is almost as cold as it was when I arrived in January. The forecast indicates some snow for the end of the week. 

Beth Bremner, HKUST

Heaven help me! I am getting ready for the epic opening match of the World Cup, so allow me my moment of nationalism as I am bursting with pride. 

Beth Bremner, HKUST

Wow, what a week. What a weekend. 

Kane Cuenant, Skolkovo

Much has happened since we started our consulting work in Kaliningrad, Russia. 

Aswini Anburajan, Judge Business School

Through sheer persistence and some luck I’ve managed to source my own global consulting project with the New York Times, now I just need to convince my classmates to work on it with me. 

Kane Cuenant, Skolkovo

My first week consulting for both the city and region of Kaliningrad as well as private investors has been a roller-coaster. Our task is to build a “High Street” that can serve as a main hub of the city. 

Maxime Droubi, IMD

This is it! My first days at IMD. Ten years after graduating from EPFL, I’m resuming my student life at 33.