Veronika Joy

Veronika Joy

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MBA 2020: Where different cultures get united to form a single unique culture - McCombs Culture.

MBA Where different cultures get united to form a single unique culture - McCombs Culture.

I have the potential to contribute towards the mission of McCombs School of Business by leveraging my personal and professional experiences; my insights into the achievements and the mistakes that have come my way.

I want to bring value to my country and as a Moroccan and African student and then alumnus, I would like to help my university be the most prominent business school in Africa.

TVL Practicum that connects graduate students from across the university with startups from the Austin community will prepare me for my long-term goal to start my own company

A high focus on experiential learning programs such as the MBA Investment Fund and the Marketing and Venture Fellows Programs……

Astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus inspires more than the name of Paris-based Coperni. Designers Sébastian Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant are revolutionaries in their own right, creating pieces that are at once artful and enduring. “We want our clients to have an emotional connection to our pieces, and we won’t achieve that by making collections that fall out of fashion after a season,” says Vaillant.

Astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus inspires more than the name of Paris-based Coperni. Designers Sébastian Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant…

Austin is a fast growing, energetic city with tons of activities to do and explore

We love the use of vintage postcards as Save the Dates or Reply Postcards. Below are some of our favorite Austin/Texas postcards:

McCombs because, You Are Not Your GPA No one could have put it better

Because I love that McCombs values individuals / You Are Not Your GPA "It is the combination of strong numbers, your unique story, commitment to McCombs, and many other things that indicate how well you’ll do in the Texas MBA Program.

Lots of opportunities to learn and lead a team of peers outside the classroom

The bishop sleeve was made popular during the Romantic Period, but its influence can still be seen today in blouses and dresses. This sleeve is fitted at the upper part of the arm and becomes volumous toward the wrist.

This is so begging for a treatment in chains. From Australia Fashion Week via Vogue Deutschland. reminiscent of a bishop sleeve; made of a row of pleats at the shoulder that released into a soft, full sleeve gathered to a fitted cuff at the wrist