Alumni Profile - Ezio Cristalli (MMgt (CEMS) '12)


Name: Ezio Cristalli

Current Position, Organisation: Customer Business Development, Procter & Gamble

Describe yourself in 3 words: Outgoing, Secure, Positive

Nationality/cultural identity: Italian

Languages spoken: Italian, English, French

Countries lived/worked in:Italy, Switzerland, Australia, Germany

Linkedin Profile: Ezio Cristalli

Why did you choose to study the Master of Management (CEMS)/CEMS MIM at the University of Sydney Business School?

I chose to study at the Business School because of the quality and the international environment of the program, and the location.

What was the best part of studying the Master of Management (CEMS)/CEMS MIM program.

I particularly enjoyed the very practical, multi-cultural group projects that I was able to participate in.

Briefly describe your CEMS exchange experience

I was able to meet an incredible number of talented people from around the world, who were all doing their exchange experience in Germany and were willing to participate in every aspect of the CEMS life, inside and outside the classes. All this, mixed together with an academic aspect that fears no competition.

What was the most challenging aspect of your CEMS exchange experience?

Staying organised and keeping up with the deadlines

What was the highlight of your CEMS exchange experience?

Sharing every experience with people who were doing their exchange experience as well and were willing to create a strong bond in such a short time

How has completing the Master of Management (CEMS)/CEMS MIM at the University of Sydney Business School changed you both professionally and personally?

Other than making me grow professionally and academically with a strong focus on management, it has opened my mind with its international side.

What have you done since graduating?

I have been working for Procter & Gamble in the Customer Business Development department.

What does being a Master of Management (CEMS)/CEMS MIM alumnus mean to you?

Being part of a community which represents the best management education in the world

What does being a University of Sydney Business School alumnus mean to you?

Being part of a community which represents the best management education in the world

What would you say to a prospective student who is considering studying the Master of Management (CEMS)/CEMS MIM at the University of Sydney Business School?

You have the chance to study the best management program in the world in one of the best schools in the world, and certainly in one of the best locations in the world.

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