financial times | sarah murray | 24 January 2016
Hermes Peraza, a consultant in PA’s financial services practice, is quoted in the Financial Times in an article about choosing the right MBA.
The article explores the reasons MBA courses are chosen, from the culture to programmes and teaching. The location of the MBA is noted as being important for a number of reasons including the local work opportunities after graduating.
Hermes who joined PA after his MBA in the UK explains that the city was less important than the country and its work opportunities.
He says: “You need to know, within your market, how that country is doing and what is the supply versus demand.”