I’m currently working back in Chile in an exporting company and I’m handling the relations between foreign investors that are working some farms in Chile, and the farms that we manage there. The Executive MBA gave me the flexibility that I needed to be able to keep on working and do my studies. I think my two favourite things are: one, the cohort. It’s a great, great cohort. So it’s great work in putting together a super diverse group. But also the fact that it’s tailored and it allows you to study and work at the same time. And then also, just the fact that it’s in Edinburgh and the teachers are really, really good as well. It allows you to put yourself forward, and be challenged on many of the assumptions that you have about yourself, from someone who’s looking at you from the outside. So, I’m a marketer, and I have over 12 years of experience of marketing in the spirits industry. Four years ago I moved to the UK. Where I started managing Courvoisier which is the UK’s biggest Cognac brand. And now I’m the marketing manager for malts and white spirits portfolio. You want to be with people who also benefit your growth, and are able to share our experiences, and learn from each other within the classroom and also outside. I was not able to do a full-time MBA and take a year off. So therefore it was very important for me to be able to manage the MBA programme and also work full-time and also have a bit of social life as well. If I was to describe Edinburgh, I would say that, it’s a beautiful city, it has amazing architecture, and it has really friendly people. If I had to describe the MBA programme in three words, I would probably say it’s challenging, it’s quite eclectic but at the end of the day, it’s also great fun. I would say: leadership, learning, together.