There many ways for individuals engage in the mission of the Global Business School Network. We offer a portfolio of activities for students, including Global Treks, competitions, and projects. For faculty, we provide opportunities and platforms to do research on critical developing world issues and problems, as well as professional development. For leaders and administrators, we provide networking opportunities to share ideas and strategies, as well as develop collaborative relationships.
Learn more about the specific ways you can engage in the programs offered by GBSN, depending on whether you are a student, faculty member, or administrator in a business school or university.
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Regardless, of whether they are for students, faculty, or administrators, programs carrying the GBSN label have the following characteristics:
Because context matters in business and management, many of our activities are designed to provide meaningful developing world experiences.
Whether it involves traveling across borders or collaborating digitally, GBSN programs are built on the idea that international diversity fosters innovation and growth. They are culture-full rather than culture-free.
Programs are built by GBSN members, which are leading business schools and partners that have reputations for high quality supported by international accreditations.
In the spirt of GBSN’s overarching purpose, programs are relevant to achieving the mission of GBSN, which means that they advance our efforts “to improve access to quality, locally relevant management and entrepreneurship education for the developing world.”