To get the most from studying and working in China an individual needs to integrate into Chinese culture, which one blogger says can be far more complicated than one realises
Switching campuses and moving from Singapore to France has brought with it many changes
I have just finished reading tomorrow’s case for my Information Systems class and decided to relax and blog about an aspect that I feel is very critical to one-year programmes: managing our time and energy.
I am in the final push of the trimester with plenty of projects to complete. My main deliverable is for a local company, which I unfortunately can’t disclose, but I am very excited as my group has been working very hard on it all trimester and our interim presentation was well received.
Some of you may wonder why and how an MBA student can have breakfast at a famous jeweller? Well a few of my last projects were dealing with specific companies. I chose one of the famous jewellery companies as my project topic so that’s how I got to experience this acclaimed jeweller at first hand.
Much has been happening over the last two weeks. We have a few projects currently ongoing. A financial accounting project which is due first, a cultural foundations of luxury brand management project, projects due for class presentation for the managing the global corporation class. I guess you get the picture, we have a lot of work to do.
Draining is the first word that comes to my mind right now. This third mini term has truly been tiring. Unlike past semesters at the University of Miami, this one has a few unique aspects to it.
Last Thursday was the last day of our third term final exams.
It’s crunch time once again here in Miami.
We are quickly approaching the final stages of the Russian convention centre development programme and pushing towards our upcoming projects in China and India.
We are almost done with the heavy academic part of the programme!