One of the optional electives I chose as part of my specialisation was International Business in Context (IBC Colombia). In this course, students have the opportunity to travel to Bogota and Medellin in Colombia to work on a mini-consultancy project with a large local company.
How a snap decision to resign from my role at Deloitte led to a place on the Edinburgh MBA.
Deciding to enrol in the MBA programme is a big decision. For myself, it has meant leaving my job and uproot my life for a year. To make the transition a little easier, these are the things I would recommend keeping top of mind during the first few weeks in Edinburgh.
If you need a study break, a place to have a chat with a friend or just a warm cup of coffee on a rainy Winters day, here are three cosy coffee spots to try in Edinburgh!
Over the past four months, I have had four quintessentially Scottish experiences that have really enriched my experience of living in Edinburgh.
Many of us are familiar with the “student budget struggle.” For those of you coming from countries with less favourable exchange rates, this post gives some tips on how to spread your money just a little bit further.
While sipping my hot cup of coffee in the world-famous Elephant Room and marvelling at this picturesque city, I am thinking about learning the Scottish accent. I believe this might help me to settle into this city and its ethos in the true sense.
Have an afternoon off and not sure what to do? Here are a few places to visit in Edinburgh for free!
I consider myself lucky to be able to continue my postgraduate study in Edinburgh, one of the most beautiful cities in the world. After an intense period of study and exams, my family and I decided to rejuvenate ourselves with a holiday – and fortunately in the UK there are lots of fascinating and iconic places to enjoy. So, we hired a car and set off to explore some of the family-friendly attractions on offer.
As a Muslim, Islam requires us to do Salat (prayer), to eat halal food and to fast. Being in new surroundings in a new country, Muslim students might struggle initially to keep up with these worships without the necessary information and insights. Here, I will try to share my experience as a Muslim adapting to life as a student in Edinburgh.