Gareth Rees, one of our UK-based bloggers, finds discussing business in a global context leads to some interesting questions
Last week was a busy one again! We had our first test of the programme in accounting and also we were busy trying to finish group projects before our week-long vacation for Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving).
Working on assignments together means that much of the stress is alleviated
An integral part of any MBA programme is team work which can present challenges when a group of disparate personalities have to learn to work together
The company project gives MBA students the opportunity to put their business lessons into practice
With her MBA only a few days away Barbara O’Beirne looks back on the past year of her life at business school and hopes that she has made friends who will last a lifetime
This week is officially our last week in the MBA programme of SDA Bocconi. We will have two more days of courses and will continue with the final exams of the minor concentrations.
It’s hard to believe that I am already halfway through the MBA. After a summer filled with adventures around the world, both academically and professionally – as well as personally (with trips to China and Mexico organised by fellow classmates), it’s great to be back in New York City and reconnecting with friends.
The end of the third term is approaching quickly.
Recruitment season is about to come to a close for SDA Bocconi MBA 35 students.
We have just started a new course called applied decision making.
We are officiallly in the last month of our second term.
How much can one get to know one’s classmates during the classes and in the group projects?