Experiential learning

Laura Melina Loeven, Nanyang Business School

Every Monday morning, Professor Gibbons walked into the lecture theatre with a smile on his face. Read more

Andre de Haes, Stanford Graduate School of Business

One MBA student finds that experiential learning is a very powerful teaching tool and one that can prepare you for the most challenging situations in real life Read more

Ernest Kwame Gyimah, European School of Management and Technology

Life at ESMT is not just studying, there is also time to enjoy all that Berlin has to offer  Read more

Ashish Dongre, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore

A team bonding event at an experiential learning centre near the school was the perfect beginning to the MBA programme Read more

Firstly, I have to apologise for the gap in my blogs – I have had a suspected case of swine flu! I’m all recovered now though so normal service will resume.

Our first “real” course on the MBA was entitled Exploring the International Business Environment (or EIBE for short). Read more

Nathaniel Lang, Kellogg School of Management

View from the office, downtown Chicago

View from the office, downtown Chicago

When considering whether or not to embark on an MBA, one of my initial considerations was: how much more could I learn about “business” in a classroom compared with on-the-job experience?

There were two key aspects to the One-Year Kellogg MBA programme that tipped the decision towards the MBA.

First, and the most obvious, was the fact that I could graduate in a year and have almost complete flexibility to focus on the areas most important to my personal development. Read more