5 Minutes with MBA Graduate Paolo Trevisan

Last modified 22 October 2021
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5 Minutes with MBA Graduate Paolo Trevisan

Earlier this year at an AIB Adelaide Alumni Event, we had the pleasure of speaking with MBA Graduate Paolo Trevisan, where he shared how the MBA journey has impacted his professional and personal life.

Why did you decide to study the MBA?

I decided to study the MBA because I believe it is a minimum requirement for young professionals that would like to develop their career and grow in the business environment. It was something that I was really motivated to do in my life.

Would you attribute any of your promotions or success at work to completing the MBA?

I would definitely attribute some of my successes to the MBA. As soon as I finished my MBA, I was promoted to a higher position with my previous employer and I had to move to Brisbane. After a year, I had to move to Paris for a senior position, and I don’t think that any of that would have been possible without having an MBA.

How has the MBA changed you personally?

The MBA has changed me personally quite a lot. It was evident in my family’s eyes, as well as my peers and colleagues at work. I think that one of the major changes is that the MBA really opens your mind and you are able to handle any issue. You can see the same issue from different perspectives, and you are just more equipped with more knowledge, skills, and especially in my case, a lot more confidence.

What was the best part of your experience with AIB?

Definitely the graduation ceremony. It was so memorable and the sense of achievement that you get in that single day is remarkable. Seeing your family and yourself being so proud of it is a moment that you cannot erase from your memory, ever.

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This article has been constructed by Megan Baker from an AIB interview. The very best has been done to accurately reflect the thoughts and opinions of the participant. 

*The Australian Institute of Business (AIB) is Australia’s largest provider of MBAs. Source Ready, B. (2023) Domestic Enrolments Surged During COVID After International Students Locked Out, MBA News. Available at: MBA News.

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