Simonil Rustomji, second year student of Michigan Ross’ MBA program, shares her overall MBA experience with ReachIvy. Her ultimate career goal of becoming an entrepreneur has been propelled by the countless opportunities made available to her through the university. So much so that she admits that the two-year duration is simply insufficient.
Establishing a successful career path, even with an MBA in hand, can prove difficult—especially when moving abroad. We sat down with Martina Beermann, Director Career Development/ Employer Relations, Stefanie Sanches, Manager Student Recruitment and Alexandre Troyano, MBA alum from HHL Leipzig and they revealed four steps to start a successful career in Germany.
How hard can it be to start a successful career in Germany? To find out, you can join a free webinar featuring HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management’s Employer Relations Director, an alumnus of the school’s MBA program, and the Student Recruitment Manager.
In your MBA application process, you’re going to be asked many times what you want to do in the future, and what your career goals are. This can be a very daunting question, which prompts applicants to ask themselves other questions. What does my future hold? Where do I even start? Is it bad if I don’t know exactly what I want to do yet?
It’s impossible to ignore the impact of technology in today’s world. From helping us make a quick purchase online, to communicating our thoughts and ideas across the globe, technological progress has created a lifestyle of convenience and instant retrieval of information which now directly influences our professional development. Read the following article summary from Reach Ivy to learn how you can use technology to help you in your job search.