Self-Sourcing the MBA Consultancy Project

My MBA Consultancy Project and Dissertation with GlaxoSmithKline has been a bitter-sweet journey. So far, I haven’t been ready to openly talk about some of the tougher, perhaps the toughest, moments of my MBA. Here’s an attempt at doing so, and offering a proper homage to the individual who made it possible for me toContinue reading “Self-Sourcing the MBA Consultancy Project”

Just Your Average Week

Let me take a moment, amidst everything that has been going on, to share with you the fabulous week I’ve had. It really captures the essence of what this full time MBA is all about: a wealth of opportunities, knowledge and perspectives, to enrich our learning. As the second term comes to an end, Warwick’sContinue reading “Just Your Average Week”

5 Things I Learnt on my First Visit to the London Shard WBS Campus

About 70+ students clamoured to the 17th floor of the Shard in central London at noon on 24th October 2019, having shaken of the spitting rain that came down on us in the 10 seconds between the London Bridge Tube Station and the Shard entrance. Regardless of the classic UK weather welcome, the sight wasContinue reading “5 Things I Learnt on my First Visit to the London Shard WBS Campus”

Q&A with Warwick Business School

“Warwick was the only university I applied to for my MBA because it was the only university I wanted to go to!” One of the first articles I wrote was for the business school’s very own blog. Find this article on the WBS website here, along with many other student articles about the MBA. WhyContinue reading “Q&A with Warwick Business School”