BSL Alumni

Alumni Network

快狐成人短视频appBSL has more than 30 years of experience in developing well-rounded and responsible leaders who make a significant contribution to their organizations and communities around the world.

快狐成人短视频appOur global Alumni Network connects about 1600 Alumni from over 50 nationalities. A fair portion of them have become entrepreneurs and successfully launched their own businesses; others have chosen corporate careers in multinationals such as: UBS, Microsoft, Procter & Gamble, HSBC, Johnson & Johnson, Bulgari, IBM, Nestlé, Accenture, Caterpillar and many more.

The Careers Office regularly reaches out to Alumni in order to connect them to other Alumni, students, Faculty members and job opportunities, in order to collect and share their stories as well as to invite them as Guest Speakers in our classes. The relationship between BSL and the students certainly does not stop at graduation; the school actively nourishes this relationship with its graduates via the BSL Alumni on LinkedIn.

快狐成人短视频appAs a result of an intense learning experience in small classes, BSL graduates have built a tight network that supports their continuous personal and professional growth. BSL supports initiatives by Alumni to organize gatherings and start a local chapter in their country of residence.

December 2020

Interview

Daniele Ticli (Head of Careers and Industry Relations) & Volodymyr Kovalchuk (MIB Alumnus)

In Covid times, BSL has combined company e-visits and BSL Alumni Stories. Daniele Ticli快狐成人短视频app (Head of Careers and Industry Relations) interviewed our MIB Alumnus Volodymyr Kovalchuk, currently working as Agency Account Strategist at Google in Dublin.

Volodymyr answered the questions coming from the Careers Office and student body. His interview touched on many areas, from recruitment process and referrals programs, to sustainability and company culture & values.

We particularly enjoyed the bit where he speaks about the skillset acquired at Business School Lausanne as much his personal definition of Googliness.