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An MBA Consultancy Project enables you to work closely with a leading hospitality organisation, building your contacts as well as your skills. But what does an MBA Consultancy Project involve? And what are the benefits? Les Roches MBA lecturer Bilal Hassan provides the answers.
An MBA Consultancy Project is a chance for you to investigate a particular area of interest in depth. This could be a challenge or issue a specific organisation is facing, or it could be an idea you create that contributes to the company’s future success. It’s an opportunity for you to think outside of the box, work alongside students from different international backgrounds and network with industry professionals.
You will begin by conducting strategic planning processes and organising your team. After that, you will begin conducting your research and requesting resources. Once the investigation is over, you will then submit a project report and a presentation of your conclusions.
Conducting a Consultancy Project will have numerous benefits, all of which are highly sought after by employers. They include:
Les Roches MBA in Global Hospitality Management students work with leading international companies, including The New York Times and the World Economic Forum.
Studying at Les Roches gives you the chance to learn the latest skills, rub shoulders with some of hospitality’s finest companies and gain first-hand experience through immersive business trips to Chicago and Shanghai. If you are interested in boosting your career potential and learning managerial skills, our MBA in Global Hospitality Management has the tools you need to succeed, including a Consultancy Project.
Bilal Hassan is currently leading the Consultancy Project with MBA students at Les Roches Switzerland. He has worked on numerous advisory projects as an independent consultant and brings-in a wealth of industry experience along with a large network. Bilal negotiates new consultancy projects and integrates these within the academic curriculum each semester.
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