My experience at St Gallen’s Summer School First and foremost I would like to thank GBSN for awarding me a Scholarship to the course. I was a wonderful and extremely fruitful course. I am currently working on my proposal. My area of interest is public management. I enrolled for 2 courses. The first course was Qualitative Data Analysis. It was taught by Paul Mihas. He is truly a master of the subject. Above all, the lecturer was very kind and always answered all the questions regardless of how simple they looked. I learnt a lot and I have already started … Read More
For the third year in a row, The University of St. Gallen offered 10 scholarship opportunities to Ph.D. students from GBSN member schools in developing countries, to attend its Global School in Empirical Research Methods (GSERM.) The GSERM Global School in Empirical Research Methods is a new flagship programme on methodology at the University of St. Gallen. It is a new and high-calibre integrated programme teaching methodology for PhD students, postdocs and practitioners from leading universities all over the world. GSERM offers an attractive course-based learning atmosphere on different aspects of empirical research. GBSN would like to thank Jürgen Brücker, … Read More
As part of the Global Business School Network’s (GBSN) collaboration with the Global School in Empirical Research Methods (GSERM), I was privileged to take part in this year’s GSERM at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland. I am a Ghanaian by nationality, and I am 26 years old. Currently, I am a doctoral student in Development Finance at the University of Stellenbosch Business School, Cape Town in South Africa, where I also double as a Teaching and Research Assistant on the MPhil Development Finance program. My research focus is on “Aggregate and Sector-Specific Threshold Inflation Non-Linearity: Implications for Inflation … Read More
10 GBSN members rank in the top 25 best MBA programs for entrepreneurship, which was released by the Financial Times. This is the The Financial Times second annual ranking of the best MBA programs for entrepreneurship. Here are the GBSN member schools that are included in the top 25: Click here for the full article.
Deloitte, LBS sign MOU on ‘insightful solutions’ Deloitte, an audit, consulting and corporate finance company, on Thursday signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Lagos Business School to deliver insightful solutions to the economy. >> Click here to read more New tech to revolutionize studying abroad education MOOCs guide for policy-makers in developing countries Massive open online courses, or MOOCs, have been expanding rapidly throughout the world since the ‘Year of the MOOC’ in 2012, offering higher education, often free, to millions of learners – especially in developed countries with wide access to the right technology and resources. >> … Read More
The Asian Institute of Management (AIM) is offering new programs for startups, entrepreneurs, and individuals with science, technology, engineering, architecture, agriculture, and medicine backgrounds. “Our new programs are responsive to the emerging needs of the current landscape. With the global spotlight continuing to be trained on Asia, the region needs managers, entrepreneurs, and leaders who deliver meaningful and sustainable growth to Asian business and societies,” says Dr. Jikyeong Kang, President, CEO, and Dean of AIM. “We are cognizant of the vital role that innovation and entrepreneurship play in delivering the promise of inclusive growth, and we hope to engage Asia’s … Read More
Some students are not as lucky to have their first internship align directly with their field of study or career aspirations. I am happy to admit this was not the case for me. As communications and event planning intern, I had an opportunity to practice all that University of Maryland’s communication department instilled in me as a senior. I would absolutely recommend this internship to anyone interested in communications as the role is true to its title. The closest task I had to making copies was assembling welcome packets once. I had exposure to internal and external communication, planning and … Read More
Rohit Verma, newly appointed Dean of External Relations for the newly formed College of Business at Cornell University joins the GBSN Academic Advisory Board. Welcome Dean Verma! Rohit Verma is the executive director of the Cornell Institute for Healthy Futures (http://ihf.cornell.edu/) and the Singapore Tourism Board Distinguished Professor in Asian Hospitality Management at the School of Hotel Administration (SHA). He also serves as chair/co-chair for the Cornell Hospitality Research Summit, an industry-academic collaborative conference organized by SHA every two to three years. Earlier he served as coordinator of the MBA/MMH dual-degree program (2013-15), director of the Executive Master Program Development … Read More