Head of Finance Course
Subjects Include: Advanced Financial Reporting, Purchasing Strategies and techniques, Financial Markets, Technology and Entrepreneurship, Corporate Restructuring and Governance, Auditing, Governance and Scandals, Management Accounting and Decisions.
During the IB, I completed a 4000 word research project on Foreign Exchange as a market of Oligopolistic Behaviour, 700 hours of community engagement, action and service, took part in other activities such as the debate team, East African Model United Nations, World Environment Day and Teaching students from schools .
From the consulting director of 180 Degrees, I took the challenge to be the president where we currently working with projects partnered by YMCA and other various NGO's.
My aim was to help students find their passion and link it to the perfect job that is available in the Sanctuary Graduates network pool. Through promoting the job and university networking with other business school students from various years of education. I have connected 22 students so far to Sanctuary Graduates out of which 5 have been shortlisted for the Jobs to start September onwards.
I was recently promoted to consulting director after successfully completing a project based on expanding a local school's primary division. We are currently making plans to start the team working on the expansion of a gym as well as the analysis of Human Resource capabilities and appraisal systems in YMCA, the local Nottingham branch.
Working for a startup company alongside 15 - 20 other likeminded and ambitious individuals is intellectually challenging and motivating. My role was to oversee the operations of the app distribution and business analytics for prospective trends and changes in the tech industry, specifically social media markets.
During this period we launched Mumble in over 14 Cities in the UK alone, Malaysia and parts of Europe where we succeeded in reaching the Top 20 in the UK app Apple Market.
I overlooked a team of 13 members. Business Development involved contacting and networking with local firms where we offered them an opportunity of a graduate from another country to come and do an internship. During my term I have, signed three 20,000 pound contracts with a local UK company - Become an advanced trainer in the International AIESEC system - Chaired 5 conferences - Trained 10 local committees - Trained the main local committee in Kenya - Signed 12 contracts whilst assisting the local committees in Kenya.
Award winning idea of importing handbags on credit starting with a 10 pound investment. 50 Handbags were imported to the UK and sold locally for 20 pounds each. All the money collected was given to the local children hospital for new developments.
This is following the previous challenge where we made 600 pounds profit from the bags that we sold falling short of 30 pounds to being the highest raised profit.
Winner of the challenge of gender identity and marketing idea for a specific credit based product in the financial sector.
Conducted more than 10 training sessions and chaired at 5 conferences. The first part involved basic training after which minimum experience was needed to then go through the advanced training sessions.
Selected as the top 5 in Africa and nominated to be the leader of the group to direct the teams effort into the maths conference that took place in Boston. Out of the 500 + teams competing our team got into the top 75 of the challenge.
Sponsored by Harvard (previously attended) to attend the conference, where we debated political and socio-economical issues. My favourite debate was the legalisation of arms and ammunitions within different countries whilst representing the interests of India.
Attended various training sessions on building sales and presentation skills as well as taking part in a simulation of business enterprise.
The idea from the student venture challenged has been developed for the last year and is continuing into the challenge of 2015. The idea is an app created using geographical software shopping for users where it's made easier for shops to connect to customers.
We reached the KPMG semi finals and were the youngest team to be selected among a specific group of individuals where we were placed in real world financial simulations.