Ingrid Reichmann is a Partner at Partners at Work Executive Search, an executive search and coaching firm working with top management teams in the Netherlands. She told MBAGRADSCHOOLS about her transformative experience in the VU Amsterdam Executive MBA: Leading with Purpose.
Clothing The Gaps is a social enterprise that aims to empower Aboriginal people and culture through fashion. Students from the Melbourne Business School Executive MBA program share their experience completing a strategy consulting project for Clothing The Gaps and the importance of merging business and impact.
It’s Pride Month 2022! Celebrate with us and Oxford Saïd as we speak to Alejandro Arroyo-Yamin, Oxford MBA student and Co-Chair of Pride@SBS, a student-run club that creates an inclusive LGBTQ+ community at the business school.
EU Business School’s MBA program has been ranked #1 in the world for the fourth consecutive year in the QS Global MBA Rankings 2022, making it home to the most diverse MBA programs in the world. MBAGRADSCHOOLS spoke to Joanne Jankowski, Head of Academic Quality at EU Business School (Switzerland) on diversity in universities, why diversity is important to employers, and how to showcase diversity in your MBA application.
If you’re looking for an Executive MBA in Europe, there’s an exciting new program on the scene! In the European Executive MBA program at Vlerick Business School, sustainability runs through the core of its curriculum. We spoke to Bjorn Cumps, Program Director of the European Executive MBA, and Leonardo Meeus, Director of the Energy Centre and Academic Director of the Online MBA at Vlerick Business School, to learn more about the European Executive MBA program and the state of sustainability in Europe and beyond.
The ESMT Berlin MBA is a 15-month, full-time program, split into five modules. Rebecca Loades, Director of Career Accelerator Programs at ESMT Berlin, walks us through the new curriculum design of the program and how it maximizes flexibility and customization, enabling students to make the most of their MBA experience.
The month of May marks Asian Heritage Month! In this video filmed and produced by the Concordia University Advancement team, we hear from seven Concordians, including alumni, faculty, staff, and current students. Celebrate Asian Heritage Month with us and Concordia as we reflect on the role of education in building diversity, equity & inclusion, and the importance of future generations in driving positive change.
The Manchester MBA (and Manchester and the UK at large) continues to attract top talent from Thailand. We spoke to three Thai students and alumni from the Manchester MBA – Thanyathon (Joy) Panyasathikanonth, Varaporn (Vara) Osatanon, and Papada (Ning) Sirisukhodom – to learn more about why they chose the Manchester MBA, what they learned, and tips for budgeting and financing an MBA.
Abby Falik is an award-winning social entrepreneur and the Founder & CEO of Global Citizen Year. She told MBAGRADSCHOOLS about Global Citizen Year and its aim of rethinking the gap year and building future leaders, as well as the important role her experience at Harvard Business School played in preparing her to scale her social enterprise.
From initial doubts about his suitability for the program to graduating in the midst of a global pandemic, Roberto Tijerina’s RSM MBA experience was like no other. He told MBAGRADSCHOOLS about what sets the program apart, how much he grew as a person during the MBA, and how the school gave him vital support when he needed it most.