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An Interview with MBA alumna Erika Gouveia

On Monday 10 September, Durham University Business School will be attending the QS World Grad Tour in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

This is just one of the many events we are attending around the world. We can answer all the questions you might have about the course, our entry requirements and how to apply, as well as telling you more about University and city life.

MBA alumna Erika Gouveia, originally from Rio de Janeiro, completed her MBA at Durham University Business School in 2017 and is currently the Energy and Green Finance Programme Manager at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, located in Brazil. You can read her story in the latest edition of the Business School magazine, IMPACT here.

Please see an excerpt below.

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Excerpt from ‘An Interview with MBA Alumna ERIKA GOUVEIA’

Originally from Rio de Janeiro, MBA alumna Erika Gouveia completed her MBA at Durham University Business School in 2017 and is currently the Energy and Green Finance Programme Manager at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, located in Brazil. Erika helps apply the British government’s prosperity fund for energy and green finance in Brazil.

What made you decide to pursue a Durham MBA?

“The MBA was important to further my career in terms of seniority and to broaden the scope of potential work. And in my case, to help me specifically explore the whole energy sector, not just oil and gas.”

Why did you choose Durham as the institution to attend? “I chose Durham University Business School after doing a vast amount of research. I found that the Durham MBA had an excellent reputation, great value and a programme design which suited many of my interests - for example, international business trips, leadership classes and many optional routes. In addition, my choice was also driven by the excellence and reputation of Durham’s Energy Institute.”

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