Graduate Studies Blog
NANYANG FELLOWS MBA
[Why NBS] with MBA alumni Calliste Kouadio.
How was your professional journey after NBS up till your present role?
|2.||Tell us about your current role and what inspires you to pursue this daily?
With my partner, we are fueled by the idea of contributing in shaping our country economy. In fact, in Ivory Coast (as it is in all developing countries), 9 out of 10 jobs are generated by the private sector which is mainly composed of SMEs. SMEs are thus the engine for economic growth and helping them solve actual problems is what drive us.
Connection with NBS:
|3.||How relevant was NBS in your professional development? (please speak about alumni network, career fairs, education etc.)
NBS equipped me with all necessary knowledge and resources to scale up this venture.
|4.||Which person at NBS was the most impactful?
I particularly enjoyed the economics and strategy classes. Prof Gibbons and Siriwan was inspirational and highly instructive during lectures and discussions.
|5.||What advice would you give the current and future students to make their NBS experience better?
More interactions with other programs may be something to explore.
|6.||Your favorite hangout zone at NTU and why?
North Spine. I used to seat there for reading and individual assignments.
|7.||Your favorite memory of being at NTU.
The orientation week.
|8.||If given a chance, would you like to come at the campus and interact with the present cohort?
|9.||Which course(s) did you find the most interesting?
Strategy, Economics and Corporate M&A
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