Global Business School Network members are part of a distinctive group of over 70 business schools on 6 continents committed to international collaboration and improving access to quality, locally relevant management education. GBSN facilitates partnerships within this network, promotes best practice and opportunities for faculty across borders, and supports professional and institutional development programs. GBSN members:
Are Global Leaders
GBSN provides global visibility, international exposure, and a proven collaborative framework. Through their programs and partnerships GBSN members all demonstrate a commitment to improving access to quality, locally relevant business education.
Advance the Sector
GBSN membership provides a platform for schools, wherever they operate, to contribute to the advancement of management education for the developing world. Members make GBSN’s advocacy and outreach possible.
Membership in GBSN is a way for leading business schools to build relationships with like-minded colleagues around the globe, train and mentor international peers, and find new opportunities to grow and develop individual professionals and their institution as a whole.
Membership is selective and is on an institutional basis only. Applications are reviewed on a quarterly basis by an Academic Advisory Board of GBSN member school representatives who look for business schools that demonstrate excellence, innovation, internationalization and a willingness to engage in GBSN’s mission and activities.
Opportunities for Members
GBSN convenes and connects our members around various areas of mutual interest, virtually and at events held around the world. We promote the expertise and interests of our members by giving them a platform to mentor and advise international peers, communicate their school’s news and open opportunities to global audiences, and share how they are innovating in management education to the benefit of their colleagues around the world.
Through our summits on topics in teaching business, conferences and professional development programs, GBSN offers management education professionals, and their institutions, practical opportunities to learn and develop.
Internationalize your institution
through new global partnerships in student programs, research, faculty teaching or capacity building projects. Your GBSN liaison can help you identify prospects and connect you with potential partners.
with a shared commitment to international cooperation and improving access to quality, locally relevant management education.
at other international convenings of business education professionals.
an online platform for GBSN Members to serve as peer-mentors that is also available as a private platform for your own school’s non-commercial use to facilitate mentoring.
Closed door meeting for members only
Promotion of Best Practice
as a mentor or consultant on a GBSN program
CURRENT OPPORTUNITY: Mentor a new or aspiring Dean as part of the Developing Deans Program
Calls for contributions are available on the GBSN website and are announced regularly in the eNewsletter.
in your area of expertise related to teaching or administration of business education. Webinars are hour-long learning sessions that are recorded and catalogued on gbsn.org.
for an interactive virtual discussion with your peers around an accomplishment, innovation or lesson learned.
for an Annual Conference or Summit. GBSN Event Hosts receive international recognition as thought leaders, and a platform to promote their school’s achievements and partnership opportunities.
featuring innovations, accomplishments, research, events, professional openings and partnership opportunities through GBSN’s.
PROFESSIONAL AND INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Registration discounted for Members
on topics in teaching business around the globe – Registration discounted for Members.
open to new and aspiring deans from developing world schools – Fees discounted for Members
that bring students and scholars across borders to learn, teach, research and collaborate. GBSN provides a platform for member schools to offer student scholarships, faculty and doctoral fellowships, visiting faculty opportunities and collaborative teaching projects to their peers in the network.
to learn from international colleagues about the program models, lessons learned and innovations in teaching and administration.
“I believe that business schools need to take a leadership role in educating future global leaders and to help solve some of the most critical problems in education, poverty, food availability, climate change, etc.
I believe that membership in Global Business School Network provides us the opportunity to improve our school’s activities globally as well as create a vehicle for us to help others.”
Soumitra Dutta, Founding Dean, Cornell University SC Johnson College of Business