Category Archives: MBA in London

An American, earning MBA at Cass Business School, London.

Graduation Day

17191 17215 17524 17556 Tuesday, today, is graduation day…bringing my MBA programme to a close. The end is here. The dissertations have been graded, the jobs have been secured and now, we’re off to Southwark Cathedral to grasp our diplomas. … Continue reading

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I Passed!

It’s official. The marks are in. I passed…though an inch from distinction (honors) in the end–literally an inch, but it is nice to know and to be DONE! The pomp and circumstance will come at graduation in March.

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Cass Alumni Ball

15356 Last night, G & I joined my classmates and a few hundred other Cass Alumni for a Ball at the Natural History Museum here, in London. I thought that dinner ON the Great Wall of China would be hard … Continue reading

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All Done!

It’s official. I’ve now submitted my BRP (dissertation) for grading. The results of my MBA are now out of my hands. To celebrate, my class rented a boat to cruise about the Thames last night. While 13 (of 64) classmates … Continue reading

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Successful Presso

Many of you will remember that my advisor reviewed a draft of my dissertation a couple weeks ago and said that he would give it a healthy pass as it was. However, as you knew I would, I continued to … Continue reading

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China’s Charm

12119 Wow! What a great trip. A wonderful cultural experience with plenty of educational content to make it clear that with China’s expanding GDP and household discretionary income, this country is the next frontier in branding and advertising not to … Continue reading

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12109 Hey guys. I’ve uploaded a few photos from Beijing. No captions yet, but you’ll see the Great Wall, Tiananmen Square, the view from the hotel window, and the Imperial Palace (ie the Forbidden City). For those who are curious … Continue reading

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