INSEAD announces new San Francisco campus - Global Education Times (GET News)

INSEAD announces new San Francisco campus

French business school INSEAD has announced the establishment of a new campus in San Francisco, signalling its intention to expand into North America.

The INSEAD facility in San Francisco is expected to provide a platform for innovative and dynamic global management education in North America.

Currently, INSEAD has campuses located in in Europe (Fontainebleau, France), Asia (Singapore) and the Middle East (Abu Dhabi).

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Simon Business School part-time MBAs get STEM designation option - Global Education Times (GET News)

Simon Business School part-time MBAs get STEM designation option

University of Rochester’s Simon Business School has announced that the New York State Department of Education has provided them with a STEM designation option for two of its part-time programmes: the Professional MBA and the Executive MBA.

This makes Simon Business School one of the few top business schools in the United States to offer a STEM-designated option regardless of concentration.

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New Keele University business school campus unveiled - Global Education Times (GET News)

New Keele University business school campus unveiled

England’s Keele University business school in Staffordshire has unveiled its new state of the art campus.

The Keele University business school, which spans three storeys, has an open-plan layout designed to enable staff and students to build networks and teamwork effectively.

The state-of-the-art campus includes a 22-seat lecture theatre, a ‘think lab’ study space, data laboratory, café and business lounge.

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Imperial creates ‘Global MiM Network’ with 3 B-Schools - Global Education Times (GET News)

Imperial creates Global MiM Network with 3 B-Schools

Imperial College London has joined forces with three international business schools to create a ‘Global MiM Network’, a multiple school exchange programme for Master’s in Management students.

The Global MiM Network will allow four students from each member school to take courses from the other partner institutions. This will provide them with a more global study experience without the associated bureaucracy or cost of full-time overseas programme.

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