It’s been a while since I have written for the blog. I am truly sorry but the last month has been crazy in terms of recruiting and in terms of thinking about my future career (will it be in the US or Argentina or somewhere else?).
In the last six weeks, I have taken a road trip through Scandinavia, said goodbye to Frankfurt, travelled through Borneo and finally settled into my new apartment with two wonderful roommates in Singapore, to begin my 10-month journey through Insead.
You know it’s summer in Hong Kong when you’ve had two typhoon warnings in one week.
Sorry I have not been writing much lately.
This is not only the title of one of my favourite marketing courses but, also what I have come to accept, is a large part of what the MBA is about.
Last Friday at Vlerick was MBA Recruitment day for the full-time IMBA students.
The past few weeks have all gone by in a blur for me. At this moment I only have six weeks of classes remaining as a full-time Vlerick IMBA student.
This past week I have had my first job interview for a 2010 summer internship. My first interview was with Johnson&Johnson.
One of the first lessons I learnt at Insead was taken from the movie Inglourious Basterds. I am reminded of it as I watch the new students desperately running around in their suits trying to attend as many company presentations and apply to as many jobs as possible.