…true story:) it’s been quite an interesting week. I think one that some of the MBA1s (me for sure) needed. The week was split between an OB (Org. Behavior) class called Managing Groups & Teams and a ‘gazillion’ meetings ranging from gsb culture through intl study trips to financial aid. Frankly speaking I enjoyed that idea […]Read more "everything is better if it ends with a dance-off …"
…first week of the next 2 years of my life has passed. AND? I’m still trying to figure out what just happened. I guess it is mainly because during the first 7 days spent here i was: a/ amazed by the size and sheer beauty of campus, b/ handling 300 small things from getting a new […]Read more "chin up. smile big. release the worry and enjoy. for serious."
I’m back. THE YACHT WEEK is over. It was my first encounter with the GSB community and it’s been quite an exciting one. First of all – a group of amazing individuals, with a variety of exciting backgrounds. Second of all, I was quite amazed about how well we all got along – and I […]Read more "Into The Void…well not exactly:)"
I guess this is an indispensable part of every MBA-related blog:) I’ll try to summarize the key points of my MBA application process with few suggestions that I hope you’ll find helpful: 1. The Choice of B-School: crucial point in the whole process. There are fundamental differences between the top b-schools and you need to make […]Read more "Applying"
It was the summer of 2010 when a fellow P&Gier asked me: ‘have you thought about getting an mba in the US?’, my answer was: ‘not really. why?’. Two years later I decided to apply. Why so late…and what changed, you might ask. Well good questions. Let’s see: In 2010: 1. THERE WERE OTHER THINGS […]Read more "The (in)Decision"
Applying to a business school is quite a lengthy process, so here are few tips where to start: 1. (AB)USE THE INTERNET. there are a lot of places online where you will find valuable information about mba programs. below i present to you 3 that i found most useful. bookmark them and visit regularly: – poetsandquants.com: start […]Read more "Essentials"