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Cetonya Cacho Full-time MBA, 2008, named the best MBA student of the year (2007/08)

Deputy Chief Officer, Government of the Cayman Islands

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Studying for an MBA is a real challenge but the staff at the University of Southampton Business School were very supportive and helped to create a real community atmosphere. There was a mix of students on the programme from a variety of cultures.

I’m a teacher from the Cayman Islands and chose to study for an MBA in Southampton because of the opportunity to learn more about human resources and higher education management as part of the programme.

I wanted to develop and build on the skills that I will need to progress my career back home in the education sector and decided to research and write my dissertation on aspects of the re-organisation of education on the Cayman Islands.

Studying for an MBA is a real challenge but the staff at the School of Management were very supportive and helped to create a real community atmosphere. There was a mix of students on the programme from a variety of cultures and we all enjoyed making new friends.

I was delighted to be named the best MBA student of the year (2007/08) at the University of Southampton in the taught part of the programme and received my award from the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) at an event towards the end of my time in the city. This was the first prize the CMI has awarded at Southampton so I felt very honoured. I was also awarded a distinction for the MBA, so felt my time in the UK was very worthwhile.

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