Joao Vitor Antonini






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Sep 2018 - May 2020

Joao Vitor is a Brazilian professional with strong background in finance, working for banking and industry. Prior to his Executive MBA at Oxford, Joao’s academic career is represented by a bachelor degree in Physics Engineering and a MBA in Finance.

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Posted by: on May 12, 2020

The end of a journey – 5 things I was not expecting from OXFORD Executive MBA

If you ever considered an MBA, you know the important international rankings (The Economist, Financial Times, Forbes, etc). You also calculated your tuition and living costs, analysed alumni from the schools, read prospects from them, visited a campus, and did everything possible to make the better choice. My objective is not to give advice on […]

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Posted by: on August 21, 2019


During startups era, talk about tradition is seen as prehistorical behavior, since disruption and tradition apparently do not go along. Nevertheless, this week in Oxford showed me that long term values and rituals lay a powerful cornerstone for business activities, that are deeper than a business canvas, something called ethics and governance. 9th module of […]

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Posted by: on March 27, 2019

Module 5 – down the rabbit hole

Citation. In Oxford citation is important. If you have an academic background this could be natural, but for some of us, who are used to think about business models that we don’t know where they came from, using citation could be a little bit puzzling. There is formal importance to citation, but in essence, knowledge […]

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Posted by: on February 7, 2019

There and Back Again

Being the first module of the year, and after embracing India’s complexity, Module 4 has an especial feeling. It is not a warm home feeling, maybe because flying from a 37°C São Paulo to a snowing Oxford could be anything but warm. It feels as you are back on an adventure, full of excitement, with […]

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