Eleni Aslanoglou, a current Henley Business School student, offers her predictions for the future
What is the most interesting/best/greatest thing that's happened here to you so far?
The people that I have met. My 'UK family' as I call them, because they truly are my family since I came here and although we come from different parts of the world, we have developed bonds that will stay for life.
What piece of advice would you give future Henley students?
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If you could go back in time, what would you change to cause a difference to today's business world?
I think that what the world misses is understanding. Especially now that most people in the Western world are money-rich but time-poor I would develop a way so that people can be aware all the time of the misfortunes that happen around the world and make something to change that.
Now look ahead 30 years; how you would like Henley Business School to look aged 100?
I believe Henley will improve its position even further among the top Universities in the world and will keep educating the CEOs of tomorrow.
What do you predict will be the major changes in business in the coming decades?
I think the third world countries will be in the centre of the business world in the next decades and this will impact Western economy. With the focus being on countries like India and Kenya, sustainability issues will arise and many organisations operating there may have to alter and reform their strategies.