Alex Martin is writing a series of blogs about studying part-time for an MBA. You can find his previous entries here.
My fellow students and I returned to a moderately sunny Geneva in April for an intense module in finance and management accounting. The regular five-hour drive from Mannheim in Germany was not too bad, and although I had left my winter tyres on the car in case it was still a little snowy in Switzerland, thankfully I was wrong.
Carried over from March was my assignment in macroeconomics and, as with all the previous modules, there was also a lot of preparation to be done for the next one. I had bought a very good book Financial Accounting for Managers by Leslie Chadwick that had been recommended to me, and had printed off a full lever arch folder’s worth of case studies, financial accounts and the module’s syllabus.) Keep Reading…
From: SC Finance