My MBA Taught Me interviews current and recently graduated MBA students from all corners of the world, with a new episode dropping every two weeks.

 

It's a resource for those looking to pursue an MBA and trying to choose the right school, or those curious to know how MBA programs differ.

Previous guests on the podcast

Brinda Gupta

Brinda Gupta

"I Wouldn't Have Gotten My MBA Without The Consortium"

Jennifer Dingley

Jennifer Dingley

“At Manchester Nothing Was Hypothetical, You Had Real Clients That Needed Real Answers”

Claire Meyer

Claire Meyer

“I Didn’t Think About How Much Fun Bocconi Was Going To Be”

Patrick Harris

Patrick Harris

“Being at CEIBS Helped Me Understand High Context Cultures”

Payal Lohia

Payal Lohia

“These People Would Be A Part Of My Life For The Rest Of My Life”

Inigo Flores

Inigo Flores

“My MBA Journey Started 15 Years Back”

Triston Francis

Triston Francis

“In 2020 I Don’t Buy It That People Can’t Have A Network To Do X, Y & Z”

Triston Francis

Triston Francis

“I’m A First Generation College Student And I Ended Up At Harvard”

Luis Gonzalez

Luis Gonzalez

“They Push Us To Understand That We Are Part Of The Solution”

Erick Jensen

Erick Jensen

“West Coast Business Schools Don’t Tend To Focus On Consulting”

Isabelle Schiffer

Isabelle Schiffer

“It Was About Me Being Healthy, And Not Me Being A Human Being That Has An MBA”

Rahul Khatri

Rahul Khatri

“I Was Able To Use What I Learned Straight Away”

Nefe Etomi

Nefe Etomi

“HEC Paris Wasn’t My First Choice”

Diana Cato-Smith

Diana Cato-Smith

“You’re In Isolation, In Isolation”

Anny Mak

Anny Mak

“I Didn’t Want To Work In My Family’s Business”

David Yoken

David Yoken

“There’s Nothing More Humbling Than Getting Hit By A Big-Ass Truck”