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Posted by: on November 15, 2016

From the revolving doors of Saïd, to the high ceilings of the Sheldonian…

A quest for the holy grail: It finally happened, as we paraded out of the grand Sheldonian Theatre, as proud Oxfordians…holding our heads high, keeping our dreams alive and taking a bow to the sacred temple of knowledge. As we looked up into the bright blue sky and the grandeur of the architecture which engulfed […]

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Posted by: on July 20, 2016

A way to get inspired

Where to start? So many emotions and facts to share… I will try to be concise. Why DipFS? I was looking for a board level education, after diligent research, the diploma came on the top of the list with comprehensive curriculum and flexibility to combine work and study. Every module so far, for me personally, […]

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Posted by: on March 20, 2016

Module 1

So what is Oxford really like? Below is an account of a flurry of my emotions and first impressions. Just as I had imagined, there are intimidating and almost draconian protocols in how Oxford operates…from examinations to marking schemes (you receive the average of two marks by independent proctors which are ratified by an external […]

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Posted by: on March 2, 2016

Post-thesis syndrome

Do forgive me for the length of this article, I hope you empathise and appreciate that I am still hung-over from writing a 10,000 word dissertation. It has been a few weeks since the words ‘submission and deadline’ have thankfully ceased to haunt me. I am pleased to say that the feelings of being shackled […]

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Posted by: on October 12, 2015

June Module

As Module 3 of the Diploma in Organisational Leadership approached in June, my excitement became evident to my wife.  Being raised on a family ranch farm in Oklahoma, attending school in a small town before joining the United States Marine Corps, serving 25+ years in the military with multiple combat missions in service to my […]

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Posted by: on September 6, 2015

Back to School

I recall the day when I sat my last undergraduate exam at Harvard. I heaved a huge sigh of relief; the thought of not having to take another 4-hour exam again was pure joy. That was 9 years ago. I have since crossed the pond, married a European, and have accumulated some industry experience in […]

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Posted by: on February 24, 2015

Taking a risk

Four days of classes, a very memorable stay in Oxford and the opportunity to meet and connect with an amazing set of classmates. That would be module one on the Oxford Diploma in Global Business nearly complete. So, as an entrepreneur, why would I choose to study business at Oxford? Was I not busy enough? […]

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