If the Organisational Check-up was a turning point in my overall personal growth, my experience with the Project Work not only gave my career a new direction, but it showed that I could take what was once a pastime, and make a living out of it.
Chilean based Compliance Officer, Orlando Cartoni graduated from MIP in 2008 and has since been working both banking and education. Six years on, he’s taken a moment to share with us his experiences at MIP and how the MBA helped him to cultivate his soft skills, and working across a variety of nationalities.
As we’ve seen in a couple of posts from MIP alum, Lauren Hardisky and current student Holly Sloan, MIP offers a wide array of opportunities to study abroad, thereby enhancing the international experience. Colombian mechanical engineer Leonardo Bonil, one of Holly’s fellow classmates, is currently doing his exchange at Sun Yat-Sen University.
One of the many things that drew me to MIP over other MBA programs were the opportunities presented to gain valuable work experience as you are still in the program. This begins with the Organizational Checkup, typically done in the second term.
If you’re considering an MBA, you may wonder if you’re cut out for the experience. Alumna Gaelle Gouraige shares her insights into the process of considering and taking part in an MBA program.
Due to Milan’s central location and its status as the financial capital of Italy, you can get to know a Fortune 500 company on an intimate level. In the video, you’ll see one of the more recent company visit to Whirlpool…
One of the most nerve racking parts of the application process is the interview. Whether in person, or over webcam, it’s easy to feel put on the spot. But really, all the interview is a way for someone from the admissions team to get to know you as a person, not just a name on a page.
As part of the MIP MBA program students have to take a Business Plan course. Additional to the course, all students have to make some entrepreneurship practice, either pursuing their own business idea (entrepreneurial track) or working with an existing entrepreneur in launching their business (Business Plan Lab). The entrepreneurial path course is called The Lean Launch Pad and student Juan Diego Cespedes tells us about it.