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08/04/2022

“There are two ways to go about your university experience. The first is to go through university, and the second is to let university go through you”

As I approach the middle of my second year of master’s studies, here at the University of Minnesota, I am reflecting on how different this year […]
08/04/2022

ESG Professional and Academic Commitment More than Ever

Nudged by the Sustainable Global Enterprise during my Spring semester, I decided to spend my Summer working on Project Finance and Development for a Solar development […]
19/04/2021

From the US to Africa – an unprecedented experience in an unprecedented time

The rapid spread of the virus imposed a huge economic slowdown, and the immediate impacts of the deepest recession since the Great Depression have been widespread […]
19/04/2021

My experience as an International MBA student at Bentley University

Ask any international student attending a U.S.- based MBA program in 2020 and they will tell you it has not been an easy year. In fact, […]
19/04/2021

My thoughts and reflections just after the first semester at Brandeis International Business School

In 2018 I graduated from the Faculty of Economy, University of Tirana and got a job in banking and I thought my student life was over […]
09/03/2021

Student Life during COVID-19: Lessons learned for an Enriched University Experience

My experience since the university went online! Being a graduate student has never been easy, particularly this last year as we faced different, and sometimes unknown, […]
04/02/2021

At the end of the day, we are all human!

The Fall 2020 semester was anything but normal and ordinary. However, I believe that it’s outside our “normality” boundaries that the most growth happens. This semester […]
17/12/2020

2020’s MIP Resolution

This whole journey started with an interview for an internship in the US, that I have been reading about for months. I have to admit I […]
17/11/2020

The Opportunity of Being a Student in Times of Pandemics

My first Impressions and Reflections as a MIP Fellow at Cornell University Pursuing my graduate studies at a high-quality and multicultural U.S university has always been […]