Although the city is steeped in history, it is a wonderful blend of chic cosmopolitan elegance and buzz Read more

The innovation of some of the Chinese business models was impressive but the country’s financial landscape is volatile Read more

Philippa Rock makes the most of her free time in Alaska and the US Read more

Victoria Michelotti describes her school trip to Japan with nearly 100 classmates Read more

Monica Dee travels to Dubai to compete in the Hult Prize regional finals Read more

Brenden Sheehan describes his cohort’s reunion in Singapore  Read more

A consultancy project takes Jaya Sharma to New York to conduct some market research on the US healthcare industry Read more

A presentation during week one of his course has convinced Brenden Sheehan of the importance of having a broad perspective  Read more

With her first semester complete, Philippa Rock returns to England to catch up with friends then finds time to go on a school ski trip  Read more

A whirlwide trip to Seattle and Silicon Valley to get a sense of work culture leaves MBA blogger Piyush Jain reeling Read more

Having now completed one year at business school, Owen Woolcock reflects on the value of an MBA Read more

Most MBA courses are short. For most students they’re too short to figure out what to do with life and the future. For others they’re too packed with activity to sit back and take a break and for the select few who have families or jobs waiting for them – too little interest to care about what the batch is up to. Read more

An MBA student advises potential students to take the time to travel while at business school and enhance the MBA experience  Read more

The new year brings with it the decision to reassess one’s goals and ambitions and the resolution to find a job within one month of graduation Read more

The end of term break provides a much-needed rest for students and the opportunity to visit far-flung places Read more

Spring break gives MBA students the opportunity to discover different cultures as well as network with students from other business schools Read more

I recently arrived back from a trip to Shanxi, a province approximately 500km west of Beijing famous both for its ancient historical sights and its status as the coal-mining capital of China (a factory in Shanxi was the last commercial producer of steam-engines, and only stopped production in the 1970s). I went to see a couple of the former, but the latter was everywhere in evidence. Read more