My second semester reflections

My second semester at the University of Edinburgh was a mix of challenges and excitement. The MSc International Business and Emerging Markets (IBEM) class is very diverse; consisting of students from Germany, Syria, the USA, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, France, Indonesia, China, Taiwan, Russia and Macedonia – to name a few! I am the only African in the class and surprisingly there are no Scottish students! The teaching staff are exceptional, interesting and challenge us daily.

An overview of Entrepreneurship and Innovation optional courses

For the Masters in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the Business School, Students are expected to take a total of eight courses plus complete a dissertation. All four courses in the first term are compulsory, while in second term students study two core courses and two optional, courses chosen from a pool of four courses.

My first ever experience as a consultant

Consulting on three different projects simultaneously has been the most interesting experience for me on the MSc Entrepreneurship and Innovation. I had expectations at the start of the programme and consulting wasn’t one of them. Now it’s been added to my bucket list and ticked off!