It’s noon of 15th of October and sixteen students of MCEB along with the program manager Eline are rushing towards the beautiful train station of Antwerp. The rush is to reach Brussels airport in time to board a flight to Budapest.
Discovering new places of your new country is always a good idea if you want to know more about its culture, history and traditions. The student representatives from the MGM program organised a day trip to Ghent, where all the classmates could enjoy this wonderful city together.
As Chinese experts-in-making, we are currently in the last stage of our journey in the Middle Kingdom and close to gain the black belt in China-Europe business competencies, even though cross-cultural knowledge is a lifelong learning, as we all know. Just as our fellow students in
Writing a thesis, l’horreur. We’ve all been there and now we’re here again. Unfortunately.
May 17, 2017
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work in Hong Kong, China or South Korea? No? Well me neither.
Last year a couple of motivated AMS students founded the AMS Consulting Club (short: AMSCC) based on the model of other business schools. When this year’s MGM students Marc and Sean caught wind of this initiative, they were ready to roll up their sleeves and continue the work.
1. Chinese language is of course not known for its simplicity. In order to understand your Chinese friends and being understood you need to stress accentuation perfectly. This doesn’t only help in daily conversations, but especially when taking a taxi make sure to always have your address
We all know that sustainability is the answer to everything… Ever been in class when the teacher asks a question and you just have no clue what the answer is? Well, I promise you, in 9 out of 10 times the answer ‘sustainable’ or ‘sustainability’ will do.