At the two-thirds mark, Tristan reflects on his aspirations for his MBA when he started the programme. Networking he says is far and away the best part of his programme.
With half of the programme completed students are now able to handle team work with a greater degree of maturity
To mark the end of the first section of the MBA, teams of students were assigned a company facing a challenge. Their brief was to examine strategy, organisational behaviour and accounting and come up with recommendations.
The company project gives MBA students the opportunity to put their business lessons into practice
The opportunity to work on an entrepreneurial project can provide new areas of learning for students
Now midway through the second term Jorge is enjoying his studies much more because real topics are being discussed
If there is one thing you definitely will learn on an MBA, it is how to present in front of judging eyes. Everyday in term one, one or more of the groups gave the class a presentation on diverse subjects ranging from “The Triple A Supply Chain” to “ Reforming Corporate Governance Post-Enron” to “Mobile Technology in the Developing World”, and – courtesy of our aeronautical engineer – one or two references to Airbus!
We have just started a new course called applied decision making.
What falls under the category of “industry” according to SDA Bocconi’s Career Development Services is all those companies that provide products and services excluding consultancy companies and companies working in finance.
I have seen television shows that document a day in the life of a celebrity. I could not be further away from a celebrity but I wanted to share with you what a day in the life of student at the University of Miami’s one-year programme entails.
So I’ve been told that readers want to know how an MBA actually gets a job. Since I haven’t begun my job search yet, I decided to interview a friend who’s landed two jobs offers. Below you’ll read her take on what it took to get a job – but if you’re afraid of hard work and making sacrifices I don’t suggest reading on.