As we step into our future, we realize that the fundamental manner in which marketing is thought of has changed, and continues to change every day. To help us better understand and adapt to these changes, the event Inspired@Google was formed.
On July 15, 2013, the MBA class of 2014 contributed over 400 volunteer hours to the London community at various organizations such as Habitant for Humanity, London Food Bank, Mission Services, Reforest London and Unity Project.
A week after Get Connected, it was time to take on another challenge, the McKinsey Case Competition. We had to work in self selected groups of 5-7 and put our creative problem solving and team building skills to the test.
There was excitement in the air—everyone was dressed so well and looked professional. Anthony Ostler, MBA 1997, kicked off the event by welcoming us to the Ivey family.
The past two months have been full of case after case, two 24-hour reports, a final exam, a midterm and numerous presentations.
As I sat down to do the arduous application, I got a call from Ivey admissions about my offer and I was over the moon as I heard it. Ivey snapped me even before I could get Queens to take a look at me.
As an entrepreneur and technologist who has lived in Silicon Valley for over a decade, I have believed that people who change the world are those who actually create something people care about.
I set out to write a blog about my PKP experience this month and then realized that the program is almost over. Another testament to the fact that life zooms by when you’re having a great time. So in order to have the memory of my fellow PKPers.
After accepting the offer, eager to start the learning process and to network with other colleagues in Class of 2014, I enrolled myself in PKP, a month long program introducing us to key topics required for the MBA program. PKP has been very beneficial for all students
Our family’s MBA journey started over two years ago when my husband, Andrew, and I wanted to do our MBAs together. During the application process, I found out I was pregnant, so we changed plans – we moved our family to London, and Andrew did his MBA at Ivey, while I became a stay-at-home mom.