Timea Guibe ETD
  • Tell us a bit about your background

My name is Timea, I’m French and I’m 23. I did my bachelor’s degree in the United-States where I spent two years in Mississippi and two and a half years in Virginia. I decided to study there because I was able to do my undergraduate programme while playing tennis. This was an incredible opportunity as I got to meet people from many countries, whether it was my teammates or friends that I made throughout my time in both universities. This experience broadened my knowledge not only about being with different nationalities but also about how business is done from an American viewpoint. I am excited to start the MSc in Management - European Triple Degree – Grande Ecole this coming fall because I will now be able to gain an insight on the business world from a European perspective.

  • Why did you decide to join the programme?

I decided to join the programme for different reasons. First, the fact that I will be able to enhance my knowledge on the field of management from a European point of view was important to me. Studying in the United-States was an incredible experience, yet I felt that I wanted to take my experience in the field of management even further. In addition, coming from a school where I was able to study with a lot of different nationalities and with a Master fully taught in English, joining this programme was in line with my expectations as I wanted to keep interacting with different nationalities. Ultimately, since we are living in a world where people from everywhere collaborate and do business together, I felt that the MSc in Management - European Triple Degree – Grande Ecole was the best fit for my ambitions.

  • What do you expect from the MSc in Management - European Triple Degree – Grande Ecole?

There are different expectations that I have from the MSc in Management - European Triple Degree – Grande Ecole. First, I expect to be pushed to give my best as well as being challenged with the projects given. In addition, the programme will allow me to encounter a great diversity and enhance my creativity, adaptability and problem-solving skills by having courses taught from teachers from different countries and with different backgrounds. This is I believe highly valuable and it will help me get a better understanding of this disruptive world. Finally, the programme with its diverse staff as well as its students will give me another insight on working with people from all over the world.

  • Three words to describe yourself.

Hard worker, positive, reliable.