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Posted by: on March 7, 2016

Pause. Breathe. Resume.

7 weeks down Hilary and I am convinced why they call it Hell-ary. The term is a constant assault on the senses. As I write this post, my planner stares at me with reminders of 9 assignments that turn in the next four weeks. No longer can I use stunts from my undergrad days where I dunk […]

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Posted by: on January 14, 2016

Winning entrepreneurship at Oxford

One of the reasons for my application to the Oxford MBA program was the paramount focus on entrepreneurship. We are currently ranked number 1 in Europe for Entrepreneurship and number 3 worldwide. Even though rankings don’t tell the whole story, it does give an indication as to how important it is for the school. Having […]

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Posted by: on December 10, 2015

Emerge 2015

The recent Emerge conference brought hundreds of speakers, practitioners, academics and startup leaders to Oxford to discuss issues in Social Entrepreneurship. I was lucky enough to get a ticket (which were sold out) basically by booking the same day as I received my acceptance letter. Among the many talented speakers, James Brett stands out for […]

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Posted by: on November 2, 2015

Two months after moving to Oxford

Today I realized that I have been in Oxford for almost two months! My experience in Oxford so far has been extremely pleasant and positive. Just a quick summary of my typical Sunday: spent my morning working on a job application, joined my college MCR (graduate students committee) for brunch, showed friends around my college, read […]

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Posted by: on October 9, 2015

Launched, and ready to go!

Today was the last day of our three-week Launch, that ended on a high note with a drinks and dance reception. The class decided to shift the party outside of the school, while I excused myself to some quiet time in my room. As I reflect on the three weeks gone, my mind is getting […]

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