MBA students to look out for – 2018
2018’s incoming class of MBAs have a wealth of entrepreneurial experience and business skills between them. But, there’s more than meets the eye with this year’s standout candidates.
Chibesa Swere says she chose to study for her MBA at the Bath School of Management because of its world class reputation.
The multi-project suite was also a game changer. “Gaining hands-on experience across five different projects over the course of the year instead of one final dissertation is something that attracted me to Bath,” she says.
Away from business and banking, Chibesa is an avid cook—she even made it to the live shows of MasterChef. “It really is a lot harder than how it looks on telly!” She quips.
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Real business is central to the Bath MBA. During your time on the course you’ll be connected with business leaders and organisations to put what you’re learning into a real business context.
Anthony Watson joins the class of 2021 to combine studying for an MBA with playing for Bath Rugby and the England team.
In 2020 Bath became a University of Sanctuary in recognition for our efforts to welcome refugee students, including through our Sanctuary Scholarship.
Stamatis Foteinogiannopoulos believes the Bath MBA is equipping him with skills to further his own career and develop his family’s 53-year-old business at the same time.