Diversity

Charlotte Clarke, Communities Editor

Meet one of the teams shortlisted for the final of the FT MBA Challenge  Read more

Philippa Rock, The Wharton School

Philippa Rock sums up her first year, which involved 23 flights  Read more

Monica Dee, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Monica Dee travels to Dubai to compete in the Hult Prize regional finals Read more

Brenden Sheehan, Thunderbird School of Global Management

Brenden Sheehan provides insight into strategic developments at Thunderbird  Read more

Merih Ocbazghi, Kellogg School of Management

Merih Ocbazghi, our new blogger from the US, describes the perils of a student club fair  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

Omar Khan, University of Sydney Business School

Omar Khan, our MBA blogger in Australia, reflects on his first semester at business school  Read more

Charlotte Clarke, Communities Editor

“Despite a conviction for fraud, which billionaire said he was planning to stand in the European elections?” and “Which internet company turned down Daniek Ek, the founder of Spotify, for a job?” were just two of the questions in the FT’s Business School Challenge, which launched this week. Seven European business schools participated and and the winner was…… Read more

Tristan Tucker, University of Queensland

At the two-thirds mark, Tristan reflects on his aspirations for his MBA when he started the programme. Networking he says is far and away the best part of his programme. Read more

Helen Casey, Imperial Business School EMBA

For those who are still unsure whether or not to study for an MBA, blogger Helen Casey suggests several reasons for taking the plunge  Read more

Karen Allardice, Melbourne Business School

Teamwork and class diversity go a long way towards making an MBA programme successful Read more

Eunice Benedicto, Durham University Business School

What do you look for when selecting a business school? One blogger gives her opinion Read more

Karen Allardice, Melbourne Business School

January is a slow time for business in Australia. We’re in the middle of a heat wave, the Australian Open tennis is on and many are enjoying an extended Christmas/New Year break.

However, with an intensive MBA programme at Melbourne Business School to complete in just 12 months, my cohort and I have already had our first week of classes and activities, forming part of three weeks of orientation, leadership and ethics training. Read more

Nicole Hawkins, Fuqua School of Business

Despite exams, study sessions and intensive recruiting, one MBA blogger is surprised by just how much fun business school can be, there has not been a dull moment. Read more

Kamal Nagi, Stanford Graduate School of Business

As he approaches the end of his MBA programme one blogger believes that his time at school will define his life more than any other event Read more

Ernest Kwame Gyimah, European School of Management and Technology

Meetings arranged by the career services give students the opportunity to meet representatives from different sectors and gain different industry perspectives Read more

Ernest Kwame Gyimah, European School of Management and Technology

Outward bound courses and activities give MBA students the opportunity to learn about themselves and each other outside the classroom  Read more

Ryan Conway, Thunderbird School of Global Management

The past few weeks have been quite busy on the Thunderbird campus. One of the more significant events was the inaugural Global Business Dialogue, which brought more than 1,000 alumni and distinguished business and social sector leaders from over 50 countries to discuss current global leadership challenges. Read more

Andi Caruso, SDA Bocconi

Although the Class of 2012 on the MBA programme at SDA Bocconi are only a few weeks into their course, nevertheless the work is piling up. However, there is still some time left for extra-curricular activitiesi Read more