MBE comes to an end. Looking back, I can definitely say I have learnt so much.
One essential thing to understand about MBE is that this course is not to learn something by hard. When Paul started the course in September 2013 by saying “we will learn how to learn” I honestly had no clue what he meant. Today I do. This course will help you to develop your personality by working in groups with different people from so many cultures, it will help you to learn about yourself and about your strengths and areas for improvements, it will help you to become independent and search for your answers yourself, it will definitely tell you what time management is and how important it is, yet implementing it will be your individual task. I personally loved the course, although the opinions diverge. I came here to improve my personal skills such as leadership, presentation, team member and management skills. If you are looking for a class, a lecturer-talking trough 6-9 hours a day - MBE is not the right place for you. You and nobody else will establish the knowledge. Tutors are there to support you but if you want to learn, it is about you, sitting down and research and discussing the topic with your colleagues. Unfortunately, this year was kind of tough and not everybody was happy with the programme. I was very uncertain before I came here to Warwick, and today I have to say it was the best choice I could have made.