To apply for Developing Deans, please complete the online application. If you would like to see the application questions prior to completing the form, the questions are available for viewing via PDF on the Developing Deans website.
Yes. If you are a business school dean or director based outside one of the aforementioned regions, but are still based in a developing country, you are still encouraged to apply to the program. GBSN will assign you a region for the Regional Site Visits.
A GBSN representative will contact you to submit registration and payment information. Once your payment is received, a visa letter will be issued to attend the Foundational Residential Session in New York if required. GBSN will also provide information regarding accommodation options, schedules and other logistical information.
Mentors are current or former Deans or Directors from around the globe who have at least 5 years of academic leadership experience as well as an understanding of the issues inherent to operating a school in a developing country. More information on mentoring is available here.
Interested mentors should send a letter of interest and CV to Stephanie Blochinger, GBSN Program Officer, at email@example.com. The letter of interest should detail your experience, areas of expertise and why you are interested in mentoring.
GBSN member schools are eligible to receive the lower tuition fee of $4,200 early-bird registration and $5,000 regular registration fee after April 13, 2018. To become a GBSN member, please visit our Membership webpage.