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Carlos Sanz Esteve
After graduating in business and law in Spain, I decided to attend London Business School new MiM program in order to internationalize my career. As part of this exciting experience, I will be posting regularly on my experiences as a MiM student.
Interests: Management, Finance, sports (almost all of them), chess, travelling, and a long long etcetera
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I definitely think that the core academic curricumulum of the Masters in Management does not give a complete picture of all the learning possibilities that the school offers. I will try to give some examples of extracurricular activities in which current MiM students are involved: - For those interested in consulting, the Socially Responsible Business conducts some pro bono consulting projects in which MiMs are much more than welcome to participate. Last week I was talking to one of my classmates who outlined me the project they are doing for a South African IT company. It seemed to me an amazing experience and I am sure that having this experience will give him a competitive advantage when applying for a job in consulting. - For those interested in marketing/consulting, some MiMs are involved in several projects in which they try to help start-ups to draft a sensible business plan and improve their marketing strategy and operations. They are doing so in cooperation with other students from UCL, so aside from learning this projects are giving them the opportunity to network with real entrepreneurs and other students from the University of London network. - Finally, for those interested in Finance, last... Continue reading
Posted Mar 15, 2010 at Masters in Management
INSIDE THE MARKSTRAT WORLD When considering to apply for the MiM program, you may wonder how the educational experience will look like, especially if you studied business in your undergrad. Of course, there are tons of theoretical learning intended to provide you with the basic tools you will need in your future business career. However, at London Business School there are plenty of opportunities to put your skills into practice and probably one of the more exciting (and time consuming) is playing Markstrat in the Marketing course. Markstrat is a web-based simulator that intends to reproduce a virtual market with two products and 5 competing companies. Each study group forms a team that tries to outperform their competitors by devising and implementing a sound marketing strategy. Managing the overload of information and the tight time constraints is not easy, especially if you need to reach an agreement with the rest of your team! This is a very valuable experience both in terms of marketing knowledge and soft teamwork skills. And although my team is not one of the best performers, I am enjoying the experience especially when it means postponing the preparation for our second term finals!! In following posts... Continue reading
Posted Mar 11, 2010 at Masters in Management
Keep posted for insights on the life of a Masters in Management student at London Business School!! Continue reading
Posted Jan 27, 2010 at Masters in Management
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Jan 27, 2010