The beginning of the second semester and the individual career coaching sessions has obviously created the buzz around all of us looking for "The One” job or internship. We not only keep thinking this ourselves but also discuss with our peers. If you have noticed, this has become a morning before class ritual amongst us … Continue reading Looking for the ONE !
IMBA class of 2020 hosts a very diverse and multilingual group of students. There are total 45 students in the class who come from 22 different nationalities. The benefits of diversity stretch far and wide especially in an IMBA class. We are not only learning the theories and practical knowledge important for our future careers, … Continue reading IMBA 2020- Diversity in Education, Cultures and Work experiences
Each year the IMBA class will have a field trip for us to learn about different regions of Europe and its culture features by visiting companies and the businesses in each location. Not to mention that the trip is also paid by the school!!! The trip is usually scheduled in April in the week of … Continue reading IMBA Field Trip (1)
Is doing an MBA tough? Of course, it is! Classes, presentations, essays, group work, projects, exams, networking, reading, more reading… So… can an MBA be fun at all? Sure, it can! Well, at least here, at IÉSEG , we have fun! Let me just share few stories. Project Management- being a contractor for President Nicolas … Continue reading Can an MBA be fun?
VERY! IESEG’s International MBA is a one year program consisting of 2 semesters followed by a 4 to 6 month internship and\or job. Our courses began in August 2018 and will finish at the end of May 2019 when we will receive our certifications for finishing classes. These certificates are not considered official diplomas, in … Continue reading How intensive is our MBA program?
You may remember that one of my previous tips about being open and learn from others. A class profile is something I took into serious consideration when I was choosing which MBA to study. The IÉSEG IMBA is particularly focusing on having students with diverse perspectives, opinions and talents. There are 15 nationalities in our … Continue reading Our MBA journey..
Being married to a French guy, having visited France many times before our final move, I thought I knew France quite well. But how little did I know? When moving to a new country, you need to be prepared and open for the various cultural differences that you might face. Some of them are quite … Continue reading Don’t be taken by surprise. “Le French” survival kit.