Last 21st March, Lucia, Tommaso, Barbara, Alessandro and Claudio flew from Milan to London to partake in the 4th edition of the FT MBA Quiz at Financial Times headquarter. Apart from the competitive side, the FT MBA Quiz proved to be a tremendous opportunity for candidates to broaden their international network and exchange opinions about their respective business schools.
Anyone who decides to enroll on an MBA at a prestigious business school is well aware that in addition to the impeccable training on offer, one of the biggest draws is the chance to come into contact with the world’s leading companies, many of whom work closely with universities and run seminars and workshops.
Every year, the online retail giant – along with many other leading names from the Fortune 500 list – headhunts and hires the best MIP students, with the objective of helping them develop and transforming them into the leaders of tomorrow. This was exactly what happened to Saxena, who won a place on the Amazon Pathways Programme.
Clean technology has for some years now been the focus of a contest open to the most promising business minds of tomorrow. Since 2009, the CleanTech Challenge has been taking place every year in London. The contest is sponsored and hosted by London Business School and University College London, with candidates having to propose their own clean technology business ideas.
My name is Brittany Harris, I was born in Palm Beach but lived in many corners of the globe – from Caracas, New York, Miami, Milan to Shanghai. I earned a Bachelors Degree in communications from Hoftsra University and an MBA in international business from MIP Politecnico di Milano. I currently live in NYC.
Italy has finally rediscovered its A game in the market sectors it’s always excelled in – fashion, luxury, design and food. Meanwhile, its cities are flourishing once again, its labour market is on the up and its most prestigious business schools are ready to open their doors to the most ambitious international talents looking for the best the market has to offer.
MIP MBA student Carla Buda’s story is full of highlights. In 2015, Buda was chosen from over 1300 candidates to form part of a select group of 150 young businesswomen to participate in the Careers International’s Top Women event. Taking place in Brussels in November 2015, the event is dedicated to the most promising female leaders of the future.
Robert Napoli is studying in the 1st edition of International Multichannel Marketing Management through MIP. The program is represented by 27 students representing 12 countries, and it is truly a multicultural learning environment. His desire is to work in Marketing for Global Brands focusing, ideally, on the use of Big Data to help develop and create Brand Driven Digital Strategies.
According to a PitchBook’s research, the women that have enjoyed success as entrepreneurs and start-up founders are those that have honed their skills and perfected their leadership expertise by undertaking an MBA. Such a course is not just an opportunity for learning, but also for professional and personal development.