Malai and Koichi are two International MBA students who shall be starting classes as part of the April 2012 intake. We caught up with them to ask them a few questions. Hey guys! Tell us about yourselves… Malai: Hi! I am Malai Srinivasan, originally from Chennai, India, but had been living in England, UK for…Details
In November we covered Casapanal, one of the winners of Venture Lab. Now we have an interview with Román, one of the brains behind the idea. Watch the video below!
Hi Steven! Part of the IMBA program gives you the opportunity to go on internships. Have you been looking into this at all? Yes I have! Last week I sent my application to BCG and Bain through the Careers Management Center. Although I want to start up my own company, it’s never a bad idea…Details
IE Business School has launched an iPhone App for teaching the Supply and Demand Model. The purpose of this app is to help students understand the effects of changes in variables of supply and demand, in a microeconomic market under perfect competition. With this app students can interact with both curves and see the equilibrium…Details
Hi Sokho! First of all, tell us about yourself, your professional background and why you decided to come to IE. My name is Sokho Trinh (www.sokho-trinh.com) and I was born and raised in France from Chinese parents who were born and raised in Cambodia, and who managed to escape the Khmer Rouge during the Pol…Details
In our previous post we announced that IE Business School had secured 8th place in the 14th annual Financial Times MBA Rankings. Of course, we at IE are very pleased to be recognized as one of the best in the world. However, although looking at the rankings should be an important part of your selection…Details
IE Business School’s International MBA program has been ranked No. 3 in Europe and No. 8 worldwide by the latest Financial Times ranking of MBA programs. The result further consolidates our program as the best in Spain.
Hi Steven! Welcome back to IE! What were you up to over the holidays? Hi! Well, after missing the MBA Christmas party because I felt sick, I went back to Belgium and met up with some old friends and family. With a friend, I went to Ireland where we traveled around visiting the local pubs…Details
From a strictly financial point of view – how much significance should companies place on the amount of women on its board of directors? Despite a considerable amount of research attempting to link the contribution of women to business performance, the results remain inconclusive. However, this is not to say that companies shouldn’t strive for…Details
Liad Rubin is one of the founders of Mashpan and an International MBA graduate. He has six years of marketing experience including working for Israeli tech start-ups. Liad is making things happen @mashpan. More than 8 months ago we, three MBA students, came up with an idea to help people find and better organize their…Details