When I decided on a One-Year program for my MBA, I was a little disappointed that although I would cut the journey in half, I probably wouldn’t have the chance to travel as much as my Two-Year counterparts.
Twenty-one speakers, five days, and a tour of Washington’s greatest highlights — what a thrilling week to be a part of The Washington Campus! In one week, I learnt how to better navigate the healthcare policy environment and the interactions among different players within it through diverse and engaging speakers and experiences in Capitol Hill and different companies, such as Kaiser Permanente. To summarize my key takeaways: Same problems, but new approaches Our healthcare system is an anomaly — healthcare comprises 18 percent of our GDP, higher than other developed countries, and is expected to grow in the future....
In this three-part series, Max Hemm 19MBA discusses what it’s like to intern at SAP this summer as part of the Full-Time MBA Program at Goizueta.
In this three-part series, Max Hemm 19MBA discusses what it’s like to intern at Georgia-Pacific this summer as part of the Full-Time MBA Program at Goizueta.
The UAE is a relatively young country established in the early 1970s. The country is home to large oil and natural gas reserves that are the heart of the economy. The nation is quite wealthy, and you can see that wealth all around you as you as explore the cities.
My Mid-Semester Module trip this year was to Copenhagen and Amsterdam with a focus on healthcare.
Even before coming to Goizueta, I knew that the school placed a strong emphasis on global experiences and international business.
My Mid-Semester Module trip to Israel and the United Arab Emirates can be summed up by the word “perspectives.”