Global



Students listen as WCC Director Jen Whitten discusses the importance of competitive advantage in all stages of your career during the students’ immersion in Barcelona in July 2019.
In the midst of spreadsheets and cases and site visits and speakers, full-time MBA students are also spending time thinking about themselves and their career journey. On Day 4 of the Barcelona leg of the MBA global immersion experience, MBA



MBA students started their second day in Barcelona taking a deep dive into the Spanish and Catalan cultures.



Barcelona scavenger hunt winning team: (from left) Nidhi Kandari, Sarah Sugarbaker (teaching assistant), Hannah Levin, Marguerite Whitelaw and Derek Leiter (not pictured Guanhua Yang).
On their first day of the Barcelona leg of Olin’s global immersion, nearly 100 students found themselves roaming Barcelona barrios, getting to know the city—and their classmates.



We’ve learned from a spring break pilot to Barcelona and Shanghai with more than 100 students. And now the revamped MBA is underway for the newest class of first-year students.



To retaliate over tariffs, China could ban shipments of fireworks to the US next year to create an uproar before the presidential election.



Ony Mgbeahurike, president of the Olin Africa Business Club, opens the forum on April 19.
The Olin Africa Business Club took care in selecting a theme for its second annual Olin Africa Business Forum: “Africa Ascending: Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies."