Piyush Jain talks about his internship at Epson, the electronics company Read more
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In the third part of our live series with guest expert Chioma Isiadinso, co-founder of consultancy Expartus and former admissions officer at Harvard Business School, we continue answering questions submitted by students interested in applying for an MBA.
Join in on Thursday, 23rd July 2015, between 2pm and 3pm BST. To submit questions, email email@example.com or use the right-hand side of this post.
Other posts in this series:
Back at school for the winter quarter, Piyush Jain sees the entire mood change as recruiters arrive to campus Read more
Having finally secured a summer internship, Merih Ocbazghi shares his tips on the interview process Read more
Having now completed one year at business school, Owen Woolcock reflects on the value of an MBA Read more
Owen Woolcock, one of our UK-based bloggers, describes office life at one of the most recognisable companies in the world Read more
Kyle Wu is now on his internship. In his latest blog he explains what really is competitive intelligence. Read more
With recruitment season upon us, MBA blogger and management consultant Ekta Malhotra urges MBAs to think very carefully about their job search and ensure that any career they opt for is the right fit Read more
With the first year of her programme under her belt, MBA blogger Alexandra Fitzgerald is looking ahead at what the second year will have to offer Read more
For many MBA students now is the time to sign up for an internship. But blogger Kshitij Gopal says that the job search in Singapore is much harder than he had anticipated and while he has been lucky, many of his friends are still searching Read more
After months of networking and anxiety MBA blogger Johanna Singer has accepted an internship offer. She can now sit back and relax Read more
The final and make-up exams are over. Now I have a three-week holiday ahead, without the stress that comes from all the evening classes that are hard to attend on time due to the heavy traffic load in Istanbul, the lack of concentration on topics after a long and tiring work day and the attempts to stay awake in order to be able to prepare for the mid-term and final exams. Read more
The end of term saw the first round of final examinations. Unlike my undergraduate degree when I had sleepless nights cramming, I was ready for these exams and strangely excited about the challenge. Read more
It is the exam period and John Hayden reports that examinations and coursework “have tried to suck the life out of me”. But he admits that he found the entire exam period strangely liberating and is now beginning to feel more confident with his new skills Read more
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