IESE MBA

A student's personal journey at IESE Business School

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Moving to Barcelona

You’re in! What are you waiting for come to Barcelona! The city is great, its bureaucracy much less. There are literally tons of things to do to have a normal life in Barcelona and it takes so much time. I… Continue Reading…


Career Assignments Pre-MBA

Before starting the MBA in September we were all given assignments to do. In regards to the curriculum, we had an accounting class and an Excel class, both online. The accounting course is available on coursera and the Excel course thing was… Continue Reading…


Why IESE?

The first question I always have for people that attend a school is:  “Why did you choose it above all others?”.  I committed to IESE and I am going to detail the reasons for my choice in a few points… Continue Reading…


Why is it so important to visit the Campuses?

Let’s be honest, when it comes to choosing a school, the websites are really not much help. They basically all say the same thing: You are going to be part of a world-changing elite and the school spirit is usually… Continue Reading…


Business School Applications sent! Time to track them!

Now the anxiety can begin. In order to open the gates of uncertainty and despair, I present to you the GMAT Club Decision tracker. This super cool free tool allows you to embrace your frustration and be aware of who… Continue Reading…


How to Finance your MBA?

I really struggled to find financing for my MBA. I didn’t really have a great salary before joining the program because I worked in a Startup for 3 years then, I started my own business and that took a bit… Continue Reading…


How to choose the proper school for you?

I actually started applying to schools with my 650, while I was studying to improve it. On the basis of my current GMAT, I started to look at the schools that were around that average and possibly a little more… Continue Reading…


My 2 cents on the GMAT

I took my almost 2 years to get my GMAT score where I wanted. There was a lot of sweat, tears and in the end redemption. I started in 2015, I was not super happy at my job as a… Continue Reading…