For the first time in France, 700 young graduates were interviewed for a survey on the increasing attractivity of the graduates programmes – and only a quarter of them unlocked the holy grail of the graduate jobs. According to to the study published by Lesechosstart.fr , most graduate roles are open to freshgraduates from top-tier business […]
Students preparing for an internship interview tend to worry due to the lack of work experience they haven’t acquired yet. However, it’s only one part that they can easily overcome by highlighting specific achievements and skills they improved or gained during their academic journey.
Welcome, classes of 2020 ! On the first of October, about one hundred students started their first semester at EMLV Business School. Our international programmes gathered an incredible diverse student population with different needs : knowledge, exposure, experience, networks, business development skills. They grabbed a coffee and started their engines. Indian, Nepalese, Taiwanase, Brazilian, Norwegian […]
In this digital era, business has become more and more global, and learning about international business is no longer restricted to the courses but also in the cross – cultural diversity present in the classroom.
Any opportunity to integrate a career-related experience into an academic journey is a win situation. And in today’s highly competitive job market, employers expect to see a minimum of one internship on a student’s resume by graduation.
Adding a responsibility to a career by embarking on a business school programme is an important decision. While there are countless advantages to pursuing it, like global networking, added knowledge and skill sets, there are a couple of questions that need to be asked for a better decision making in the matter.
Studying abroad is a thought that crosses the mind of young people everyday. Spending time immersed in another culture is the best way to step outside of the “comfort zone” and develop new strengths and understandings.
Social media has undoubtedly changed the way people see the world and make, not only daily easy decisions, but also life-changing ones like exploring higher education opportunities. Business schools are now able to share information not only with their inner network but also with potential candidates through their social media channels.
“Elevator Pitch”; just like the name indicates, is a very concise presentation of a person or their idea and is delivered within a few seconds, the approximate duration of an elevator ride.
After submitting a perfectly prepared resume, motivation letter, and application; another dreaded challenge is yet to be conquered: the business school interview.
Higher education is such a vast world that brings so many challenges to all those who enter it. Be it an MSc or MBA, pursuing extra studies is not only a financial investment but an intellectual and time investment too.
Graduate students who only focus on developing expertise in their field of work tend to overlook the importance of actively working on soft skills like cross-cultural competency, teamwork, critical thinking, communication, creativity, leadership, and problem solving; all essential to succeed in the workplace. Luckily, as MBA and MSc programs are becoming more diverse with international […]