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Accra, the capital of Ghana

Accra, the capital of Ghana  © Image by Getty

It takes some getting used to a place with regualr power outages and ridiculous amounts of traffic and where days must be planned with precision Read more

Ghana's capital city, Accra

Ghana's capital city, Accra  © Image by Getty

This summer seemed like a perfect opportunity to mix and match knowledge gained from classes including Business in Africa, Technology/Operations, Global Strategy and Leadership Read more


A recent energy conference, hosted at Said, was an opportunity to find out about post-MBA opportunities in a sector that is doing some good things Read more

Reid Hoffman, co-founder and executive chairman of LinkedIn, at the New Work Summit, California, in March

The LinkedIn co-founder highlights the three things you must do to build a successful start-up Read more

Oxford students cheer on their team

There are obvious things to expect from business school – such as consulting war stories and brilliant CEOs speaking to your classes. And then there are the less obvious things such as the MBAT, or MBA Tournament, an annual sporting event for MBA students from around Europe. The tournament at HEC Paris has been running for the past 25 years on the French school’s campus in Jouy-en-Josas. This year there were more than 1,300 competitors from about a dozen schools in about two dozen sports. Read more

Next year I hope to see rankings based on other factors besides salary Read more

Exam time leads to thoughts about the first term in the city – the surprises and discoveries  Read more

To hop from speaker to speaker, to debate, to drink, to dinner, to a show in one night would not be possible in most places, according to MBA blogger Stephen Morse. In Oxford, he says, it is.  Read more

Stephen Morse says personal choices are what distinguish leaders from followers Read more

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. Read more

With a lighter work schedule Alanna has taken the time to fulfil one Oxford tradition – she has taken up rowing  Read more

Back in 1829, Cambridge student, Charles Merivale, challenged his Oxford friend, Charles Wordsworth, to a rowing race. Ever since then, Oxford and Cambridge have been competing in cut-throat rowing races along the River Thames. Read more