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Matt Low MBA 19 and classmates at Wente Vineyards
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3 Tips to Make the Most Out of Your B-School Experience

“Pursuing an MBA at UC Davis was one of the best decisions of my life”

Stepping outside of your comfort zone isn’t easy, but recent MBA alum Matthew Low says it’s an important part to making the most of your MBA journey.

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How Our Board is Enhancing Student Connections in Virtual Landscape

Building a foundation for student success through community

Double-Aggie and MPAc Board President Oscar Halliwell shares his goals to foster connections between students across the School.

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What’s an MSBA Practicum Project?

How are teams and corporate project sponsors selected

Behind the scenes of how practicum projects are developed and how the experience offers students professional growth.

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MSBA Teams Claim Top Finishes at Pair of Analytics Challenges

Two tight weeks lead to strong lessons for student teams

Our MSBA student teams claimed a top-20 finish at the Adobe Analytics Challenge and reached the semifinals at Humana-Mays Healthcare Case Competition.

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QS Ranks UC Davis MBA in Top 50 in U.S. for Technology and Information Management

“We’re a major player and purveyor of graduate business talent in the tech sector—and far beyond,” says Antoine Broustra, senior director of career development.

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Leadership Skills I Learned that Transcend Borders

Bringing ‘adaptive leadership’ from UC Davis to Shanghai

When I joined lecturer Marc Manashil’s course, Exercising Adaptive Leadership, in the UC Davis MBA program, I experienced a storm of new challenges, including my ability to translate English to Chinese during class discussions.

On the Water or at the Watercooler, Teamwork is your Coxswain
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On the Water or at the Watercooler, Teamwork is your Coxswain

Research has shown that by incorporating experiential learning into professional development programs, adult learners thrive. To be successful though, the experience has to not only be fun, but be translatable to the business world.