“There is also an international student body, which will be helpful in my future business career and opportunities with other alums,” says Ngwana.
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“Northeastern University is a very good playground for networking. I was really surprised to meet people in my classes from large and global companies,” says Uvasheva, “As a result, one of my classmates just gave me an opportunity to come to interview.”
“At D'Amore McKim I have been given access to the world,” says Saraf, “Every class has a new set of people who are accomplished and worldly. My graduate certificate program gave me the opportunity to develop soft skills on a global scale.”
Michelle Dunham, MBA'16, reflects on her experiences as a Part-Time MBA student and studying abroad.
From inspirational speeches to unforgettable memories, we captured some special moments celebrated during the D'Amore-McKim graduate programs commencement on Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016. Take a peek back at the special day for students, families, and friends.
“For career changers and career progressors alike, the MBA marketing concentration gives a holistic understanding of business while providing the flexibility in honing in on specific marketing skills,” says Burey.
“I took a social entrepreneurship course, and I can tell you with 100% certainty that was a life-changing class for me. It truly shaped the way that I view the world, guiding how I look at businesses and understanding where opportunities are in underserved markets,” says Chang.
“They don't want to just teach you theory or concepts. They want you to have something to take with you and start using immediately,” says Campbell.
“MSIB is an interesting program where you are able to interact with students from different nationalities, preparing you for your future career in this global world.” says, Beukenboom
“The MS in Finance program allowed me to further my understanding of finance beyond the parameters of my job and also ask the questions that helped me pursue specific interests that I have within finance” says, Begen