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Posted by: on October 15, 2020

Get to know Emma Openshaw, Class of 2020-21

Tell us about yourself: City-slicker turned wildlife novice, I have made a career out of doing what I love, telling stories. My time in the entertainment industry has spanned from producing and coordinating films to directing live television shows. I am rarely found without something to say or without a cup of tea in hand. […]

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Posted by: on September 24, 2020

Get to know Tiffany Liu, Class of 2020-21

Tell us about yourself: Prior to MBA, I worked in the hedge fund industry for several years. Most recently, I am an entrepreneur aspired to turn boring corporate IR documents into exciting webtoons so that small-and-mid-size fund analysts can better understand a company’s business model and moat. Sector/Industry you worked in pre-MBA: Finance/Media Sector/Industry you […]

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Posted by: on March 30, 2020

The MBA so far

With COVID19 in the air, we’ve moved to digital classes. That means our MBA is now completely online and we have to rely on our devices to keep us connected. Classmates have moved back to be with their loved ones, and we’ve had to come up with new ways to communicate, plan events, and learn […]

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Posted by: on February 20, 2020

Why an Oxford MBA?

I’ve known I wanted to come here since 2016. I knew it in my heart. Prior to applying, I visited a friend at a neighbouring school (which shall not be named), and knew it wasn’t for me. I had always wondered what it would be like to live in England; to study and to work here.   At the end of the day, when […]

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Posted by: on September 3, 2019

Get to know Cynthia Hass, MBA 2019-20

Tell us about yourself: I am an entrepreneur at heart, passionate about media. Having traveled and worked in over 34 countries,  I’m excited to be at Oxford, my dream school. Prior to Oxford I ran two media companies and a digital agency focused on social good. I hold a B.A. from Boston University. Sector/Industry you […]

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Posted by: on March 28, 2018

Crossing the ford: my hardest lesson yet from the Oxford MBA

The City of Dreaming Spires takes its nickname from a little-known poem by Matthew Arnold. But when it was published in 1865, just one of 240 lines paid tribute to that celebrated skyline. The rest more or less memorialized the town’s incessant wetness—from “an upland dim” where the author walked, chased by “volleying rains and […]

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