There is a lot more to the Business School than you might think, and it makes the experience of studying here so unique.
As the song goes, it’s the most wonderful time of the year! When I saw bus drivers in Christmas sweaters and the Christmas tree set up in the Business School, I knew Christmas was on its way. There is so much to do during Christmas in Edinburgh – here are some of the things that I would recommend.
I went to the Christmas market one evening with some friends, and it turned out to be one of my favourite moments from my time in Edinburgh. Here are three highlights from that evening.
Coming to a new place is always exciting but it comes with its own pros and cons. Here are a few things that I wish I had known before I arrived, that might help you to settle in quicker.
The MBA Capstone is the final and crucial project undertaken during The Edinburgh MBA, the outcome of which dictates the award that students will get on their degree. It brings together all the knowledge and experiences gained during the year and is considered to be one of the most invaluable experiences of the MBA. Here’s how I tackled the Capstone and my tips for completing the project successfully.
If you have been offered a place on a postgraduate programme at the University of Edinburgh Business School, here are 6 steps that you will need to complete to secure your place.
Time always finds a way to fly. Now that we have said goodbye to 2018, it is time to face 2019. The end of a year is always a good time to reflect on the things that you have still to achieve. Here are my New Years Resolutions for 2019!
From special milestones to student successes and student successes – we have a lot to look forward to in 2019!
It was 10th of September when I first met my classmates in the Business School, and it was 4th of December when we celebrated together with a Semester-end dinner. It is difficult to express how quickly these months have passed. With all new these people around, I never thought that I would be able to adjust into my new surroundings so easily, but with each passing day things have only gotten better.
From applying to finding accommodation and managing my workload – here are a few things I wish I had known before coming to Edinburgh.