News on ESADE in the Economist.com

From economist.com, June 21st. “European union France’s HEC School of Management and Spain’s ESADE business school, already close collaborators, have decided to increase their cooperation substantially. Under a new agreement, students will have the opportunity to study for a time at both schools and take advantage of joint programmes abroad in Asia, Eastern Europe and…

How I love my new laptop let me count the ways

Having had a Dell Inspiron 8200 for the past three years, and never having any problems with it, I opted to go for another Dell. Sure I did my research, read about the HP’s the Sony VAIO’s Toshibas, and even snagged a look at the new Intel based Macs. But all in all Dell was…

Adios Amedica – My Farewell Sendoff…

I’m flying out on the 6th, and my sendoff parte’ is on Saturday. Should be good times, I’m having people from life and work coming, the mingling will undoubtedly be interesting. Other intersting individuals who are showing up are the two guys I’m headed to school with, Misha and Jason, as well as future IESE…

Anti Americanism and the World Cup

While we would all like to think the World Cup to be an affair where winners and losers are decided by the feats of the players on the pitch. Recent events, have led me to believe otherwise, and have made me somewhat disgusted with FIFA, and the level of refereeing at this WC. Lets take…

ESADE en E.E.U.U. (That’s the US of A)

So, when I tell people I’m getting my MBA in Spain, they usually say “oh?” However, I’ve been recently getting conversations that fall more along these lines. “Yeah, so I’m going to get my MBA in Spain”“Oh that’s great, congratulations, what school?”“At ESADE, it’s ranked…”“The one in Barcelona right?”“Yeah”“My (insert any of the following) friend,…

Another one bites the dust, and $700.oo, sorry $800.oo

I don’t think that I’ve ever adequately expressed how much in fact I despise having roommates. It’s not so much the living with someone else that bothers me; in fact all I need to be happy is the following, (A) a clean bathroom and kitchen, (B) some personal space, i.e. my own room, and (C)…

Thoughts on my ESADE interview – From baaaack in the day.

While I only interviewed at three schools, I can wholeheartedly say that the ESADE interview was by far the one, where the admissions officer tried to get a sense of me as an individual, access my talents, abilities, drive, and really see whether I would be a good fit for the program. I was lucky…

Letter of Resignation – Submitted

As of yesterday, it’s official – well at least at work it is. I submitted my letter of resignation and will be “officially” leaving the agency on June 30th 5:30pm – for good. And while everyone at work knew that I was leaving, and especially after the debacle of the Big Apple Awards where I…

Behind ESADE's Big Jump

I found a Business Week interview with Gloria Batllori associate director of ESADE’s MBA programme regarding the school’s continued jump in the rankings. Should anyone care to read it…. clickez ici MBA, International MBA, GMAT, Politics, Scholarships, European Union, Poland, Development