The first week of the Imperial MBA was eventful – the main difference from induction week being the beginning of the core course lectures. Let’s just say I was not prepared for the amount of recommended pre-reading for each lecture and my plan for taking detailed notes of everything had to be jettisoned pretty quickly.
Prof Miles on welfare and GDP
Andrew Radin, one of our MBA bloggers in the US, reflects on his second year at business school and the book that helped him Read more
Ravi, one of my acquaintances, used to contact me frequently when I was in Hyderabad. He is one of the countless engineering graduates that colleges in the state of Andhra Pradesh (AP) churn out every year. Read more
Although the holidays are in sight there remains plenty of work for the MBA students, from revising for exams to building up a stock portfolio Read more
With the first term over, time management has been one of the most important lessons learned Read more
Only a few days to go and the clock is ticking. My mind is preparing itself for the shock that will mean changing my whole life in less than a week. Read more
On Wednesday evening I attended a lecture given by Paul Krugman the Nobel Prize winning economist.
Dr Krugman was discussing “Getting Out of the Crisis” and it was presented by Universite Catholique de Louvain in Louvain-la-Neuve (the French speaking part of the country). I owe a very big thank you to my Vlerick classmate who heard about the conference and shared it with the rest of the class. Read more