Matt Krise, Unite... | 8/20/2015 | The Open University Business School
I wanted a more worldly perspective, so I thought the ability to enrich my education with people from different backgrounds and countries would be a way to understand their perspective and their point of view and just apply it from a different context that I knew I would get in the United States.
Wahab Alansari | 6/23/2015 | The University of Liverpool
1-The blackboard (run by Laureate) is a horrible piece of software.
2-Teachers seem to be overworked. They assign too many students per class to them. They often respond in one sentence. Sometime they do no reply at all (to emails or questions). They limit your participation.
3-The university, it seems, accept just about any student, at least ...
Prior to my MBA, I had never been to Japan before (and spoke no Japanese whatsoever!). However, I'd always been interested in going to Japan and experiencing the hustle and bustle of Tokyo - the neon lights, the huge crowds, the quirky fashions, all-night karaoke sessions and Japanese-style izakaya drinking. Coming from Australia, I was also cog...