Masters in Management: One student’s journey

HUNDREDS of thousands of Rwandans were killed in the genocide that concluded that country’s civil war in the 1990s. Two million more fled the killing. Among them was Octave Hirwa and his family, who first fled from Kigali to the countryside, then to what was at the time called Zaire. Mr Hirwa was a young child at the time—just six or seven years old—but now, at 28, is about to graduate from the Masters in Management (MiM) programme at Copenhagen Business School (CBS), overseen by the CEMS business-school alliance. Read the full story from The Economist:

31 May 2017

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