Many people, myself included, come to business school primarily to build our network and hone the skills that will set us up for success. What I didn’t expect was that through experimenting with electives, different roles and responsibilities, and internships, I was also developing a personal brand. Since during internship recruiting you have to start asking yourself what sets you apart, it starts an introspective journey. In other words, you start looking at how your experie
The MBA program goes beyond teaching students the academic content they need to navigate the business world; it also adequately simulates a manager’s day by stuffing too much to do in too little time. From recruiting to networking and socializing, it can be a struggle to give class projects the appropriate time necessary for the full educational value to be unpacked. However, having to juggle these conflicting demands is itself a valuable opportunity to evaluate different tim
Having spent most of my life outside of the United States, I came to business school unsure how to pursue the seemingly overwhelming task of picking a direction with my studies and career. Luckily, due to the intimate size of the cohort within Goizueta, I was able to have a one-on-one meeting with Associate Dean Brian Mitchell. His advice was to follow your energy, pursue the path that interests and energizes you. Initially, I was puzzled as I craved certainty in my guidance.
About three years ago, I gained the opportunity to be participate on a study-exchange double Bachelor degree program in Germany. Born in a small town in the south of China, I always dreamed about going abroad since I was very young. As a result, from the very beginning, what Germany means to me is like the place where the dream starts. Looking back to the past few years, I strongly believe that the experience in Germany is of great value to me. It is not just about the study