Meet Bryan, a First-Year MBA Student at Owen Graduate School of Management
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My name is brand new for uh I'm originally from Cameroon and moved to the U. S. About to just over two months ago to attend my M. B. A. At Vanderbilt University or one graduate School of Management. I applied to Vanderbilt N. B. A. Because I wanted to improve my leadership skills uh and also the soft skills that don't come with traditional experience and undergraduate studies. I like a lot of aspects of the valuable programs, specifically the high EQ and personal touch. So you hear a lot about the personal scale and Vanderbilt uh maybe looking through the website and maybe contacting a couple of people on campus. You'll hear a lot about the personal scale, but there's a difference between experiencing and hearing about it right now. I've had the chance to experience it and I can tell you that it is real. Uh And when I say real is that every case that we have every situation that we have on campus for students is dealt with on a case by case basis. There's no generalized formula for each situation that happens. Because of that it's very high personal scale. If you have a situation that you feel require certain discretions that will not readily be available to the general student body. There's very high level of interaction between the students, we have So many different activities that we do together. One of the most exciting ones is closing the, which happens every Thursday at six PM where we come together for different occasions. The last one was the the valley uh, celebration by the Indian students. It was the International food fest where we had to, we've got the chance to taste food from 16, 17 different countries that are represented and our program. These are just some of the highlights of why the valuable program really stands up besides the curriculum, which is also spectacular.