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53. Freeman Means Breakthrough: Min Zhang (MBA ’14)

53. Freeman Means Breakthrough: Min Zhang (MBA ’14)

I recently read an article in the Financial Times regarding new MBA rankings: the article talked about how alumni think about the helpfulness of their MBA programs related to their future potential career breakthroughs – naturally, some Business schools received high ratings compared to others. Read more here.

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55. Freeman Means Tradition: George Hopkins (MBA ’14)

55. Freeman Means Tradition: George Hopkins (MBA ’14)

As the VP of Student Affairs for the Graduate Business Council, it is my role to make sure that Freeman students are knowledgeable about how to take advantage of everything that the larger university has to offer. Read more here.

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57. Freeman Means Progress: Vanessa Gerard (MBA ’14)

57. Freeman Means Progress: Vanessa Gerard (MBA ’14)

My time at Freeman has given me the opportunity to develop academically, professionally and, perhaps most importantly, personally. Read more here.

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60. Freeman Means Achievement: Christopher Cobb (MBA / MHA ’14)

60. Freeman Means Achievement: Christopher Cobb (MBA / MHA ’14)

During my time at the Freeman School of Business, I have achieved many things that I am proud of. Read more here.

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61. Freeman Means Exposure: Nikunj Bajaj (MBA ’15)

61. Freeman Means Exposure: Nikunj Bajaj (MBA ’15)

Freeman has exposed me to new ideas, new cultures, and new ways of learning. Read more here.

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64. Freeman Means Concentrate: Xi “Lucy” Luo (MBA ’15)

64. Freeman Means Concentrate: Xi “Lucy” Luo (MBA ’15)

The reason why I chose to pursue my MBA at Freeman is because I wanted to experience many aspects of business and learn about other industries beyond my previous work experience in Finance. Read more here.

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65. Freeman Means Options: Megan Guy (MBA ’15)

65. Freeman Means Options: Megan Guy (MBA ’15)

Business school was a natural complement to my legal career. As my legal practice evolved, I found that I utilized management, resource planning and strategy skills nearly as much as “legal” skills. Read more here.

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66. Freeman Means Change: Marina Brazhnikova (MBA ’14)

66. Freeman Means Change: Marina Brazhnikova (MBA ’14)

“Your success in life isn’t based on your ability to simply change. It is based on your ability to change faster than your competition, customers and business.” – Mark Sanborn Read more here.

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67. Freeman Means Bridge: Hiroaki Inoue (MBA ’14)

67. Freeman Means Bridge: Hiroaki Inoue (MBA ’14)

Freeman means many things to me. Off the top of my head, Freeman means bridge. Read more here.

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68. Freeman Means Adventure: Colin Slaybaugh (MBA ’14)

68. Freeman Means Adventure: Colin Slaybaugh (MBA ’14)

My graduate experience at the Freeman School has allowed me to visit places and experience cultures I would never have been able to otherwise. Read more here.

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