W. P. Carey alumna Shale Brenner had a great undergraduate experience, but she’s found her time in the Full-time MBA program to be particularly rewarding, especially when it comes to her classmates.
Building better leaders is a focus of the Full-time MBA program at Arizona State University, and as current student Francisco Morales has learned, cultivating leadership skills happens outside the classroom as well.
As an entrepreneur, Full-time MBA student Roman Stephan understands the importance of developing leadership skills.
Current student and MBA Association co-president, Jamelyn Ebelacker, came to ASU’s W. P. Carey School of Business after spending years working abroad with the Peace Corps. The global pandemic and discovering the Carey Code led Ebelacker to change course and pursue a Full-time MBA.
Roman Stephan and Jeff Watkins are the first MBA team to win the New Venture Challenge for their sustainable beverage product.
International student Lionel Lau joined the Full-time MBA program at the W. P. Carey School of Business looking to develop a wide breadth of skills and take the next step in his career.
After deciding to leave his public sector job during the COVID-19 pandemic, current MBA student Kazak Khardayev was drawn to Arizona State University because of the warm, sunny weather — and the outstanding reputation of the W. P. Carey School of Business.
Alex Altman, who graduated from W. P. Carey last year before starting his Full-time MBA in the fall, shares his unique perspective on the faculty and foundations that the Full-time MBA program at Arizona State University offers.
An international MBA student at W. P. Carey, Rajanikant Gajera gains management skills and finds meaningful support network in the full-time program.
Full-time MBA graduate Nidhi Virdi shares how the Executive Connections program added to their experience at ASU.