JHU Carey offering Global MBA Online Information Session on Tackling Issues in Developing Nations

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Johns Hopkins Carey Business School is offering online sessions providing information about the character and curriculum of the school’s Global MBA program on December 11, 2013 from 11am-11:59pm. These are designed for prospective students to learn about the program with ease and from the comfort of their own computer.

Carey’s Global MBA Program is a two-year, 54-credit program that aims to “redefine the way you look at business education” with Forbes magazine ranking the program’s “Innovation for Humanity” course as one of the Top 10 “most innovative business school courses.”

A centerpiece of Carey’s Global MBA program, the Innovation for Humanity Project is an international learning experience that aims to develop a new generation of business leaders with first-hand knowledge in building sustainable businesses in developing markets. The course is a unique, 3-week international experience that’ is a real-life training ground for GMBA students. Teams of students travel to developing nations, collaboration with one another to tackle a real-life challenge present.

The format of this session will be a presentation on the program, followed by an opportunity to ask any additional questions to the presenter via a chat. You can register for the session here.


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