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Current UCLA Anderson Student Blogs [#permalink]

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21 May 2014, 12:28

Current UCLA Anderson Student Blogs

This discussion is a repository for all of the current student blogs. If you know any, or if you are a current student and would like your blog listed here, PM me.
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Non-resident Indian (NRI) and person of Indian origin (PIO)  [#permalink]

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21 May 2014, 13:00
 FROM UCLA Anderson Current Blogs: Non-resident Indian (NRI) and person of Indian origin (PIO) applying to Indian Business Schools – Part 1 MarketThere are approximately 22 million Indians living overseas according to the Government of India. Just to give you comparison, the population of Australia is 22.68 million only. Although there is no age demographics breakdown, I believe a major chunk of this population is married with children. Parents looking for quality education are open to Indian education system, which has now started to welcome Non-resident Indians (NRI) and persons of Indian origin (PIO).At the same time, current students at International universities, and graduates from India, who are taking up International positions are eager to return for their MBA.Why pursue an MBA from IndiaIndia needs no introduction when it comes to economy. According to Moody’s, the Economic Growth Rate of India would be 5.5% in 2014-15. Global businesses are not only flocking to the east but also hungry for management talent.The Indian Insitute of Management (IIM) need no introduction. The top 3 IIMs are over 40 years old and churn out some of the brightest mind in India.In total, there are there 13 IIMs but the quality of education at these institutes is directly proportional to the year of establishment. The older the better. Institutes such as MDI, Gurgaon and SP Jain are challenging the IIM brand.I will be expanding on this topic in the following posts.About meMy parents have been living in the Gulf countries for the last 15 years. After working couple of years in India post my graduation, I have been working in Bahrain since summer of 2012.ChallengesAlthough good information is available for undergraduate/college education such as engineering, I found very limited resources when applying to Indian business schools. I ended up applying to all top 10 business schools in India through my GMAT score and was fortunate to be accepted in most of them. School list is available here.  I intend to shed light on the application process through my following posts.Peace
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25 May 2014, 05:00
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NRI and PIO applying to Indian Business Schools – Part 2 [#permalink]

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27 May 2014, 02:01
 FROM UCLA Anderson Current Blogs: NRI and PIO applying to Indian Business Schools – Part 2 Follow up from the post NRIs applying to Indian Business Schools – Part 1My decision came down to  IIM Bangalore and UCLA Anderson. Before committing to a school, I posted this question on different MBA forums, spoke to current students and recent alums, and consulted friends and family. Speaking to different people, I was not only able to gather different prospectives but also be in a better position to make such an important decision.India or Abroad I will share some of the views that I came across, obviously most of them are in my context and may vary from person to person. Firstly you really can’t compare India business schools to schools in Europe and United States. The schools are catering to different markets and countries. Its like comparing apples to mangoes. However I will try my best to summarize the discussion.MBA from IndiaEconomy continues to grow - India despite its ups and downs, will continue to grow, fueled by its growing population. Foreign companies will continue to flock and if the government opens up more for FDI, then we talking even better salaries and opportunities. Pursing management studies from a top business school in India will position you well to take advantage of this growth. In a few years time post your studies, you will be respected and rewarded for your knowledge of Indian market.Job placements – Due to lack of top management talent in the country, jobs are plenty at top business schools. I know that IIM Bangalore has a track record of 100 placements for the last 10 years. Students do not have to deal with visa sponsorships and networking. Most smart students at these institutes have multiple offers if they are flexible with roles and location.India it is - If India is the place you wish to spend rest of your career, then there is no better place to pursue your studies. You will have a good reputation amongst Indian employers, and a local network to fall back on.Cost - One of the biggest reasons, why students consider India. If you are tight on finance or not willingly to take a loan, Indian studies are a great option. IIMs can charge a total of $42,000 whereas some private institutions such as MDI will be in the range of$60,000. Where you actually save is your living and travel costs.Application process - Pretty straight forward but applicants will have a hard time projecting their complete story. MBA from outside IndiaMBA experience - Nothing to match the experience that one would receive at top tier global business school. The class is more mature and experienced as compared to Indian business schools. If you would have noticed, all the above points touch on end result, but do not talk about the journey itself.Global leader - You become a team player working with people from diverse backgrounds. You understand collaboration in the true sense and develop cross-cultural sensitivity. The school will give you access to number of international projects, in which you can further develop your international profile.Alumni - Not only these schools have a big alumni base but also a truly global one. The schools have various international chapters and pretty strong chapters in their home country.Job skills > Academic knowledge –  The MBA is more focussed on acquiring job skills. Even before the schools starts, the students begin to network with current students and alumni with similar interests. Focus is more on company presentations, coffee chats, conferences and relationship building.Application Process – Extensive and time consuming. However non-traditional applicants can shine too.In the end, it boils down to your risk appetite and the kind of learning you want out of your MBA. Personally for me, IIM-B was safe option and life would be hard at UCLA Anderson. But you only live once.Will be posting about each business school application process in the later posts. Peace
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Re: Current UCLA Anderson Student Blogs [#permalink]

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27 May 2014, 16:57
Hi all!

I want to apply for the FEMBA class of 2018. Before I begin the process I would like to know my odds of acceptance. I have six years of work experience, three in public accounting, three for a fortune 500 company. I have a degree in Finance, however i have 2.75 GPA. I took four classes this last semester in math related course and received a 3.5 GPA. Does this help? I have yet to take the GMAT, but in my practice tests I'm scoring in the 680 range. If I submit an application with the above credentials do I have a chance? I appreciate everyone's help!
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Low budget but good entertainment – Movie review: Filmistaan [#permalink]

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06 Jun 2014, 01:00
 FROM UCLA Anderson Current Blogs: Low budget but good entertainment – Movie review: Filmistaan (2014, Hindi) Low budget film but high on entertainment. The film revolves around love of Bollywood in Pakistan and how cinema brings different people together. The lead actor, Shaarib Hashmi entertains the crowd by mimicking Bollywood movie scenes and actors. Although a good movie, I believe you will enjoy it more in the comfort of your home.Rating – 3 out of 5. Have a good weekend.Photo credits – Dearcinema.com
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I don’t get it when young people are chasing banking, insura [#permalink]

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07 Jun 2014, 13:00
 FROM UCLA Anderson Current Blogs: I don’t get it when young people are chasing banking, insurance during internet revolution – Alexander Samwer Alexander Samwer, MBA from Harvard Business School, and founder of Alando (valued at $5 Billion) and Jamba! (sold to VeriSign for$270 million) is very critical of young people chasing the wrong train. In his interview, he compares the opportunities in internet revolution to the ones during California gold rush, post world-wars and industrial revolution. He says that the market is big enough for everyone and he does not gets it when young people are not in the internet industry, biggest opportunity our generation is going to have.The 20 minute interview is interesting, frank and worth watching.
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Pre-MBA coursework – Fifa Football World Cup 2014 | Compilat [#permalink]

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11 Jun 2014, 06:00
 FROM UCLA Anderson Current Blogs: Pre-MBA coursework – Fifa Football World Cup 2014 | Compilations of best world cup promotional videos I am really excited this year. Not only I am relatively free, having secured my MBA admission but also more informed about the game and teams. Although Brazil is one of the best country to host this competition, I would have to stay awake late in the night to catch the action. Enough said, its time for the games to begin. I am not football pundit, so will not dwell into favourite team and top scorers but will definitely advice people to join the celebrations.Below are few world cup related videos to get you excited.1. Official World Cup Anthem  - This video has come under great criticism. People are saying that it feels like some tour operator’s promotion video.[youtube2]p>3. Nike, Risk Everything – Brillant is not the world for this. Hilarious and great production. Must see.[youtube2]p>5. Nike, animation  - Short animation film revolving around players fighting back against clones. Something like that. Rooney looks hilarious.[youtube2]p> Photo credit NELSON ALMEIDA/ AFP/Getty Images
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From Middle East to West Coast – UCLA MBA Student Voice Blog [#permalink]

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03 Jul 2014, 10:00
 FROM UCLA Anderson Current Blogs: From Middle East to West Coast – UCLA MBA Student Voice Blog The same is reproduced on UCLA Anderson MBA Student Voice Blog - http://mbablogs.anderson.ucla.edu/mba_students/2014/07/from-middle-east-to-west-coast.html“California! Here we come!” Phantom Planet – CaliforniaI can’t remember how many times I have played this song since receiving my admission offer. I am truly ecstatic to join the Anderson family as a MBA 2016 candidate and as a student blogger.Hello everyone. Before I begin sharing about my transition from Middle East to Los Angeles, I would like to introduce myself in this post. My name is Piyush and I am originally from India. The literal meaning of my name in Hindi language is elixir of immortality. Although I am aging too, I can share some tips to live longer.I was born in a small town in north India called Karnal, which is also home to late Kalpana Chawla, first Indian-American astronaut and first Indian woman in space. I was only one week old before I started moving because of my father’s job. I’ve ventured around the world and called seven cities across five countries my home. I’ve shared rooms with students belonging to over 15 different nationalities during my university days in London. I mainly grew up in Gulf countries, which includes UAE, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait and Bahrain. Saudi Arabia is the only country missing on my list since my parents choose not to move there because of strict Islamic laws. I am now living in Bahrain and have seen the current Middle Eastern crisis unfold in front of my eyes.Professionally, I am a biotech graduate with experiences in cluster development, retail, e-commerce, and oil & gas. At Anderson, I would like to explore opportunities in consulting and pharma/biotech. Outside of work, I am a big soccer fan and support local English club called Manchester City Football club (owned by UAE – that’s why affiliation). Fun for me, is spending time with friends, could be over sports or just about anything. I enjoy almost every competitive sport but personally like to play soccer and squash.Please send any comments, burning questions, Middle East opinions, video of great soccer goals and tips to live longer to [email=%20piyush.jain.2016@anderson.ucla.edu]piyush.jain.2016@anderson.ucla.edu[/email]. You can also follow me on Twitter here
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Remembering Aaron Swartz: The Internet’s Own Boy – Revealing [#permalink]

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06 Jul 2014, 03:00
 FROM UCLA Anderson Current Blogs: Remembering Aaron Swartz: The Internet’s Own Boy – Revealing documentary
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Notes from “The Firm: The Story of McKinsey and Its Secret I [#permalink]

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09 Jul 2014, 12:00
 FROM UCLA Anderson Current Blogs: Notes from “The Firm: The Story of McKinsey and Its Secret Influence on American Business” – McDonald, Duff Good read about McKinsey and the evolution of consulting industry.29 May 2014 - 7 July 2014The McKinsey consultant should make his way into his community’s establishment: He was expected to join local boards, get involved in charities, and even attend church.Second, the McKinsey consultant had to inspire confidence with his appearance.Long socks were required because Bower abhorred the sight of “raw flesh.”And then there is McKinsey, projecting an image which suggests that, if God decides to redo creation, He will call in McKinsey.It’s the only job I can think of where you start in general management, and then, if you’re successful, you end up in sales,” said an alumnus of the firm.Barbara Minto’s The Pyramid Principle: Logic in Writing, Thinking, and Problem SolvingThe most successful McKinsey consultants are networkers of the highest order.Deal-making skills have become more important than scale or scope, and strategic insight and foresight more important than structural positionRestless curiosityMcKinsey alumnus Paul Chellgren, who went on to become president of Ashland Oil, explained the preference to BusinessWeek in 1993: “[Working at McKinsey provides] a cram course in business experience,” he said. “It was a compressed opportunity to see a lot of companies, industries, and problems in a short period of time.McKinsey’s employs an objectivist, skeptical, fact-based, integrative, and analytical approach to solving its clients’ problems.All Excerpts from Duff, McDonald. “The Firm: The Story of McKinsey and Its Secret Influence on American Business.” Simon & SchusterThis material may be protected by copyright. Photo credit e-architect.co.uk
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New post on UCLA Anderson Student Voice Blog – Why UCLA Ande [#permalink]

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15 Jul 2014, 08:00
 FROM Piyush Jain Everyday (UCLA Current Student): New post on UCLA Anderson Student Voice Blog – Why UCLA Anderson? alex27
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15 Jul 2014, 09:00
 FROM Piyush Jain Everyday (UCLA Current Student): New post on UCLA Anderson Student Voice Blog – Why UCLA Anderson?
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26 Jul 2014, 23:00
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Time to move again! – Post on Financial Times MBA Blog [#permalink]

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28 Jul 2014, 09:00
 FROM Piyush Jain Everyday (UCLA Current Student): Time to move again! – Post on Financial Times MBA Blog The same is reproduced on Financial Times MBA BlogThe shortest I have lived in a city is six days and the maximum is five years. I was only six days old before my parents moved from Karnal, a small town in northern India to Bangalore, also known as the Electronic City of India.Since both my parents were working, I would spend my day with three different families, who were speaking three different languages. Before I even knew it, I had moved to three cities in India and three countries in the Middle East by the age of 12. And that’s how discovering new places and experiencing new cultures became a passion.I did my undergraduate degree in London and during those three years I travelled extensively in Europe. I have been working in Bahrain for the last two years. After going through the emotions of deciding to pursue an MBA it was relatively easy for me to answer the “where?”. Having lived in Asia and Europe, North America was my obvious choice.This fall, I am starting my full-time, two-year MBA at UCLA Anderson School of Management in the heart of Los Angeles. I could not have asked for a more diverse and dynamic place to pursue my education.Through my posts on the FT MBA blog, I will document my journey as I make my transition from the Middle East to the west coast and from a life of an oil & gas professional to a UCLA student. As an international candidate, I will share my experiences and challenges, which could be social, academic or professional.I also hope to maintain a dialogue with the readers during these years. Please send any comments, questions, tips for living in LA, MBA jargons and new island discoveries in the comment box below. You can also follow me on twitter @0jain
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Preparing for classes - Repost from FT [#permalink]

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My first official week at UCLA Anderson! [#permalink]

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Orientation 2016! (aka: the best two weeks of your life, ever) [#permalink]

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