To date I’ve written about my own (European) impressions of Harvard. To get a view from the other side of the pond, I interviewed a classmate and friend of mine, Freddy Flaxman, who hails from about as far away as you can get from London, California. Read more
In the last six weeks, I have taken a road trip through Scandinavia, said goodbye to Frankfurt, travelled through Borneo and finally settled into my new apartment with two wonderful roommates in Singapore, to begin my 10-month journey through Insead.
After all the application process (GMAT, essays and an interview with the director of the MBA programme) I have been accepted to study for an MBA at a top school in Hong Kong. Read more
If there is one piece of advice I can give you regarding the MBA experience it is that what feels like over-preparation is usually just enough. Read more
Throughout my year at the Kellogg School of Management I have been exposed to diversity. Read more
Miami truly is a melting pot of different cultures. The city is home to people from all over the world. Read more
As I’ve mentioned before, the MBA is a great chance to interact with people from different cultures. Read more
Since I took the biggest decision of my life so far to leave my job at PricewaterhouseCoopers after 8 years and to return to Scotland from the beautiful city of Vancouver and study for my MBA at Strathclyde Graduate Business School, the date I had dubbed as Day 1 had been looming large in my mind.
I went to see The Killers in concert in my final weekend in Vancouver and the line from their song Human really captured how I was feeling about the change – “Sometimes I get nervous when I see an open door, close your eyes, clear your heart, cut the cord”. Read more
This FT MBA blog explains the one-year MBA programme at the Kellogg School of Management Read more