One of the key qualities we look for in our Cheveners is strong leadership. I outline how prospective Chevening Scholars can show this in their interviews. Read it here.
Better supply chain management strategies are key to overcoming the impact of the covid and the global supply chain crisis, say experts from Michigan State University’s Eli Broad School of Management. Read my piece for BusinessBecause here.
I find out how to communicate a clear career plan in your Chevening Scholarship interview, with advice from real interviewers. Read it here.
The global cloud computing market is expected to more than double in size by 2025. For BusinessBecause, I found out why cloud computing is important and what jobs are available for MBA graduates. Read it here.
I spoke to Aditi Paul, one of Poets & Quants’ “Best and Brightest” MBA students for 2021, about the MBA at Kenan-Flagler and how it helped empower her to seize the best opportunities in the healthcare industry. Read it here.
In this sponsored piece for Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, I explore how the Flex MBA is helping students get promotions and switch career paths in a tricky jobs market. Read it here.
I find out what it’s really like to study on the Imperial College Business School MSBA, from the application process and fees to curriculum and career prospects, with insights from students and faculty. Read it here.
As part of my ongoing freelance work for the Chevening Awards, a global scholarship programme funded by the UK Foreign Office, I wrote about how interviewees can show their value to the Chevening Scholar and alumni network. From the qualities that are sought in applicants to how to convince the panel you’ve got them, IContinue reading “What will your contribution be? How to show interviewers your value to the Chevening network | Chevening Awards”
This piece kicks off my freelance work with the Chevening Scholarship, an international scholarship organisation funded by the British Foreign Office. In this blog post, I discuss three of the most common mistakes made by applicants when they interview with Chevening, giving helpful examples of how to spot and avoid them. Read it here,