In Febraury of this year, a team of Camrbridge MBAs, Gabriel Thia (Singapore), Hannah Kanamori (Japan), Xin Qi (China) and Yiwei Li (China) and Takehiro Aoki (Japan) were awarded the first place at the Yale Healthcare Case Competition (YHCC). The YHCC is an annual international case competition organised by the Yale School of Management, […]
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Sudo Hackathon: If you can’t code, what do you do?
“If you can’t code, what do you do?” I often get this question when I say I went to a hackathon. The simple answer is twofold: partner with developers to make sure you’re getting the right stuff done; and surround great code with a concise and compelling business story. There are other ways to go […]
From medical school to the Cambridge MBA
Journey to Cambridge I had just finished a call shift in the labour and delivery department and I was en route to the library. I stopped by the hospital cafeteria for a fresh cup of coffee and sat down ready to write. MBA applications coincided with my obstetrics and gynecology rotation, and essay writing and […]