Yesterday I took great joy in hitting the ‘submit’ button on the online submission form marking the completion of my first Tutor Marked Assignment (TMA) for the finance module I started in May. What a great feeling!
Thursday 8th May until Sunday 11th May brought about possibly the biggest event of the HEC MBA annual calendar, the MBA Tournament (MBAT) also known as the MBA Olympics.
For blogger Linda Groarke, the module she has been dreading is finally upon her – finance
Two MBA students from Insead discuss bank regulation and banking management with one of the business school’s top professors
Is there really an MBA bubble now, a fellow student asked me last week. “It depends!” was my quick retort.
New blogger Jaya Sharma is enjoying the fast pace of her programme at Manchester Business School, but there is little time for luxuries such as friends and sleep
With the end of his two-year MBA programme in sight Mark Patridge is determined to make the very most of all his last moments at business school
Two terms over and I am all set to start another term. I have spent time on introspection, on the all famous MBA term “networking” and on getting “mentored”! With just a day left to indulge in the luxury of sleeping late in the morning, I am sipping my morning cup of coffee and thinking back on last term.
With his MBA from Harvard under his belt, one blogger reflects on his degree and the lessons he has taken away from business school
Many MBA students find the finance module one of the most difficult, but revision classes lead by one student ahead of the finance exam proved extremely beneficial.
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
With his MBA programme about to begin Kelvin Chiu begins to make his home in Hong Kong, although he finds the summer heat very overpowering
With graduation almost upon them, MBA students are stepping up their job search
Studying for a CFA exam alongside an MBA is a time-consuming experience and requires considerable commitment
I can’t believe how quickly the first term has gone. It seems like yesterday I was at orientation meeting my fellow classmates. I have had a constant feeling since school started of wishing I had just a little more time in the day to really extract the maximum value from my experience, but so is life.
The first term (of four) at the University of Miami’s MBA programme is officially done.
YESS! I have a good (very good indeed) wi fi signal; I am writing the FT blog at a subway station. I am now about to return home from a cafe where I was finishing my accounting homework for tomorrow morning.