The aim of this business trek was to understand the country, visit a few businesses and do a bit of shopping. Quite straightforward. We didn’t realise this was going to be trek with a difference; and the knowledge I gained was fascinating.
During the MBA Trek to Iceland we learnt about the country’s unique economy, its rapid growth, Icelanders regard for a high quality of life and their unique approach to solving problems.
The two days spent engaging with inspirational females on the Women in Leadership trek was an opportunity to discover what I can do to change the conversation and help bring true equality to business.
One of the optional electives I chose as part of my specialisation was International Business in Context (IBC Colombia). In this course, students have the opportunity to travel to Bogota and Medellin in Colombia to work on a mini-consultancy project with a large local company.
How can our female MBAs prepare themselves for leadership roles? Our focus on Women in Leadership took us to London to find out.
Ethical leadership is an essential practice for future leaders. And on the Edinburgh MBA there are lots of opportunities not only to learn from social enterprise, but to put your skills into practice. Here’s how we are making a difference beyond business.