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‘There were MBAs from a really diverse range of backgrounds, so it was a fantastic opportunity to expand our networks.’ Kristina was one of 25 MBAs to speak at the event, and her talk was titled .‘As a TV journalist I have an unusual background for an MBA, and it means I can offer some unique insights into how companies and starts ups should pitch themselves to media outlets.The Tim-Eisenmann award, named after its first recipient, recognises MBAs who exemplify leadership through their presentation, and the winner is nominated and voted on by the Summit’s attendees.‘They had over 2000 applications to attend the Summit, and I went through two rounds of interviews to be selected, including a video interview’ said Kristina.One MBA equation that is not frequently discussed but that many people are curious about: a group of smart, motivated and highly competitive individuals tight-knit program steady stream of alcohol imbued mixers = dating in B-school.

Graduate school is an all-consuming, challenging, stressful experience, and the exigencies of pursuing an MBA could easily derail a relationship.

Journalist, producer and TV news anchor Kristina Partsinevelos (MBA 2016) has won the Tim-Eisenmann award for best speaker at the 2017 MBA World Summit in Berlin.

The Summit is an annual event set up in 2014 that brings together 100 of the most talented MBA students and alumni from business schools across the world.

For example, the pool may tend to be more competitive.

In Alina Dizik’s article “Looking for Love at B-School,” Ithaca College sociologist Rebecca Plante observes that for graduate students “stakes are fairly high for being successful, and that approach towards one’s professional life carries over to the approach that they take towards dating.” Also, male to female ratios in MBA programs are sometimes as high as 2:1, further stimulating competition among heterosexual male students.