Strategy

Despite the rapid pace of the one-year programme, there is still time for formal and informal events at the Indian School of Business, including wine tasting  Read more

An internship at a centre for scientific and technological research in Mexico broadens the experience of a group of Thunderbird MBAs Read more

School has been out for three weeks now due to the Chinese New Year holiday and I’ve had plenty of time to study Chinese, meet friends and enjoy the holiday festivities. Read more

At Tuck, the first week of every term is course picking week, also known as add-drop week. We get the opportunity to try all the classes we are interested in, in order to make a final choice before the week is over. Read more

Four thousand three hundred and fifty pages were assigned to us as “essential reading” for this seven-week term (yes that is 4,350 pages in seven weeks!).

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This week we had to rank our courses for the winter term. This is the first step of a little bit of Tuck magic that allows most students to take all the courses they are interested in during their time at Tuck. Read more

There’s a subject that I haven’t talked about in quite a while. Grades! Read more

It has been a little while since I have been able to find time to blog. Read more

Two of the most intensive and challenging weeks of the Strathclyde MBA have come to an end as we submitted a report for our strategy analysis and evaluation class. Read more

After a brief break we are now back in the thick of it. Read more

With exams now behind me it’s time to take a brief break as I look forward to the coming term. Read more

I’ve been immersed for the past three days in “M&A days” an intensive seminar offered by Vlerick for the MBA and Masters students. Read more