3 Years After MBAs Consult, an Innovation Hub Opens in Bulgaria

 

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Patrick Awuah and the Global Impact of the Berkeley MBA

In the Berkeley MBA Program, student projects can have lasting global impact. This was the case when work in the International Business Development (IBD) course fed into to creation of a transformational university in Africa.

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International Opportunities in the Berkeley MBA Program

Guest Blogger: Betsy McCormick, MBA 2015 and Haas Student Ambassador

One of my Haas highlights is the number and quality of international opportunities I have had. Over 40% of students in the Berkeley MBA Program students hail from other countries, which is a tremendous boon in the classroom and enables us all to broaden our perspectives on the challenges facing business leaders today.

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And The Year Ends...

The school year is over. My final projects are complete. I am content. What a wild year this has been and I am a little sad that it has progressed so quickly. It has been a pleasure serving as co-editor of the Haas MBA Blog and I hope our posts have given you a deeper look into the life of MBA students at Berkeley.

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And we're off!

Today marks the day for more than 100 first-years participating in Haas' International Business Development (IBD) program to set off for our posts around the world. IBD is a global consulting program that sends first years all over the world to work with local organizations (read more about the program). And it's actually one of the reasons I chose to come to Haas!

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A Source Inspiration

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Back in Berkeley

After more than 3 months on the road for IBD and my summer internship, I came back to the Bay Area yesterday.

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IBD is over... Let the summer begin

We finished our IBD project in Finland and are now all off to our summer internship locations. You can read my last IBD post over at the IBD Class Blog.

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It is summer...

Congratulations to the Class of 2008!

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International Business Development

I briefly mentioned that I was accepted into Haas' IBD Program in an earlier post. Now that all teams have received their project assignments after an early morning kick-off session back in January.

Each year around 70-80 students are selected to work on consulting projects with clients across the world. Traditionally most clients have been in developing countries and have included large for-profit companies, small startups, not-for-profits and international organizations. In addition, IBD teams have also worked on engagements for for-profit companies in developed economies.

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