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An increasingly global, constantly connected culture demands leaders comfortable working all over the world.
Preparing business students for this new reality requires more than tests and papers. It calls for a different approach: an MBA program that puts students in three different countries during the course of their studies.
Weatherhead School of Management leaders developed the new global MBA program with the School of Economics and Management at Tongji University in Shanghai, China, and the Xavier Labour Relations Institute in Jamshedpur, India.
The program brings together 20 students from each school into an international cohort that travels the world together for almost two years, living in and learning from each other’s cultures and working with global companies.
Students will spend the final semester at their home institutions before embarking on careers likely to take them anywhere they’d like to go.Top ↑