What are MIM Practicals?
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I have actually done it for this company, this company and I actually know that is like I find this under value and then you can, like, always bring more knowledge. It's doing so During two weeks, you're allowed to speak with people that are actually doing a certain job in the in real life, it can be emanate can be market saying so the first practical we did was actually how to use data in marketing. We had people coming from grand vision from news movies and from Loreal, and we could learn from all those people how they were actually using the data and work for them for a project that were presented to the CEO in GM. So it was a great experience again to actually apply everything we had learned for the first period in something practical that we could use in any company and really put a put an experience over the theory. So whenever we're in an interview for a job, which we don't say, yeah, I just know how to do SQL. I don't just know how to do Python. From there, uh, just get to know what is the best market to get into some way, whether it's during classes or during practical. You're always with a group which changes every period, and you get to know everyone there. So everyone is obviously speaking, uh, in their free time in class. You're in a group of six different people or five. So you get to know five new people every period, five period. Because if you understand it well, like every single person has kind of a group of close friends, which you get to know once you get to work with them. In the end of one month, you actually get to know everyone that's inside. That's amazing practical that inside are an eye opener, because it honestly, it obliges you to undertake classes that you wouldn't have chosen as elective. It actually makes you think, like, wow, I wouldn't have chosen to do this course, but it's actually super interesting. Maybe in my life at some point I would like to do that. That was making the case for me for the M and a one it's called Bail Borough by, uh, it's still by landscape on, which is one of the great researcher in M and a strategy. So one part of the classes about why would you do em in A in a company and the other one is really more theoretical on the The Excel file and actually doing evaluation of different companies, DCF and others. So this enabled us to kind of have, on one hand the experience of why you would do in M and A by someone that is actually learning a lot of, uh from every every past deal that has happened. On another hand, learning from someone who worked in a bank and actually did M and a himself, and you end up with a great knowledge of how the industry is constructed and again in the interviews. It enables you not only to say I haven't taken that module and I know how to do devaluation. The D C evaluation of the L B evaluation, but I have actually done it for this company, this company and I actually know that is like, I find this under value, and then you can, like, always bring more knowledge.