As she begins her MBA journey at NYU Stern, blogger Victoria Michelotti says business school welcomes applications from students with non-traditional backgrounds just as much as those who have taken a more conventional path
Every year Harvard Business School asks departing students a question taken from the last lines of a poem by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Mary Oliver:
“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”
Although beginning her MBA late in her career Veena Viswanathan opted to study on a full time programme rather than on an EMBA. Now two weeks in she already feels as if she is in a vacuum of assignments and group activities
As she graduates from Guanghua School of Management, Diana Mak reflects on the final year of her programme. Her MBA has given her the courage and inspiration to accomplish her goals.
The last few weeks have been busy for one blogger who is studying for her MBA online. Her 30-strong cohort hail from 21 countries and the students have been busy meeting each other online ahead of a get together at the end of this Month in Madrid
For one MBA blogger the business school journey is over, graduation is in sight and she looks forward to a new life
When choosing a business school and an MBA programme, the FT Global MBA rankings are a great way to start
The MBA does not always begin with the first day of business school. For one blogger time spent in Taiwan has proved invaluable and he learned more from his visit than he could have ever done through books
Having done his due diligence and compared various business schools in Europe, the US and Asia one blogger is excited to begin his MBA programme in South Africa
Advice straight from the heart – one blogger believes that passion and self belief are all it takes to help you achieve your dreams
Studying for an MBA provides students with a wealth of opportunities such as sitting in on advisory board meetings
One new blogger describes how life at the Indian School of Business is a 51-week roller coaster ride
An MBA student gives tips for would-be business school students and urges applicants to believe in themselves
“It’s not the load that breaks you down; it’s the way you carry it.” – Lena Horne
It has only been two weeks at IIM Calcutta and it already feels like ages. What a whirlwind journey it has been so far – orientation, assignments, pre-readings, group projects, presentations, surprise quizzes and what not. These few days have been enough to reinforce the fact that the full time PGPex (Post Graduate Program for experienced executives) is not for the faint-hearted.
Making the decision to study for an MBA is not easy. It means leaving family and friends and often a well-paid job. However, the rewards can be well worth it
It was the beginning of March, when I officially decided I wanted to get my MBA. I spent two weeks researching schools and trying to find the programmes that were the best fit for me.
The blog charts the start of my journey towards the school of my choice
Do not underestimate the GMAT, it is tricky and make sure you give yourself plenty of time to study
“Since starting my GMAT preparation course, I have heard a number of my fellow classmates discuss why an entry test is a prerequisite for many business schools as part of the admissions process.