BY: Michelle Barthole (MBA 2019) “It’s not you…it’s me.” This cliché, disingenuous, and unoriginal phrase has burned many of us. What hurts the most about hearing it is that the person uttering those dreadful words did not even have the decency
By Mohammad Ali Khawaja (OneMBA 2017) Standing in the Westin Alexandria Hotel lobby in Washington DC on 20th September 2015, I had a strange and an uneasy feeling. I was standing there watching people from different parts of the world. At
The third International Finance Competition organised by SDA Bocconi School of Management was as international as it could get as it saw participation of over 20 top business schools from around the world. Since each school could only be represented
The first term has passed with lightning speed. Now we are entering the last 2 months, with the bulk of group assignments behind us. So far the programme has offered a multitude in cases and assignments aimed at practical application
“I wonder who will be in my new global team.” This thought flitted across my mind as I packed my suitcase to attend the second global residency – held in Europe this time. As I pondered on this, I couldn’t
The Netherlands – First destination of the Europe Residency The Nhow Rotterdam hotel was our home base for the duration of our time in the Netherlands. After checking in and settling in my room with a stunning view of the
After weeks and weeks of anxiety for the start of the programme the EMBA18 kick off week has finally happened. It was an eventful week with fun activities to meet our classmates. Of course this also marked the inevitable start to classes.
I have always been fascinated by cultures, every aspect of it – the cuisine, language, traditional wear, social habits etc. But, I was more of a spectator than a participant until September 18, 2016. The US Global Residency for the