We are at the end of term 2 and the sun has been shining brightly on our beautiful campus this week, my teaching programmes are complete and the fabulous MBA group are tying up the loose ends on their final assignments before taking a well earned rest over the Easter break.
MBAs are thinking about real business topics for their individual dissertation projects, the live group business consultancy and making sure their passport and visas are in order for the upcoming international study visit that will see them spend a business focused week, starting in Berlin and finishing in Prague. How exciting !!
Campus is particularly frenetic (some might say bananas ! see below) with all the teaching rooms busy and several major buildings going up in what looks like time-lapse video pace. My office over looks the new library, which was just a very big, deep hole just two weeks ago – it is now two stories high, with two more to go.
MBAs have been busy on and off campus with a range of experiential learning visits to the Royal Court theatre, DHL’s catering facility and English Premiership Rugby game (below). Remember: “all work and no play makes Jac a dull person”.
I have been re-connecting with MBA alumna Kelliann McDonald (below) on a busy weeks vacation from her management consulting role in Washington DC. I enjoy hearing reflections from graduated MBA students.
PHOTO: MBAs celebrate term end with an Italian restaurant luncheon.
I am delighted to be seeing numerous high quality MBA applicants formally accepting their places already, keen to join what is already looking like a fantastic cohort. Confirming early can help secure optimal campus accommodation and offer the chance to apply for one of the various scholarships offered.
Founders East 111, School of Management,
Royal Holloway University of London