1. HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL
HBS uses the Case Study Method to impart education. Students are presented with cases, more than half of which have an international focus. They play the role of the decision maker and perform a thorough analysis of the situation—examining the causes and considering alternative courses of actions to come to a set of recommendations. Over 80 percent of cases sold throughout the world are written by HBS faculty, who produce approximately 350 new cases per year.
The MBA community of Harvard Business School, is comprised of more than 80,000 alumni in 167 countries who in touch with each other. HBS Executive Education offers four comprehensive leadership programs that grant alumni status.
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2. THE WHARTON SCHOOL, UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
The Wharton Customer Analytics Initiative (WCAI) seeks to bridge the traditional divide between business and academia. By design, the faculty guides participants through an exploration of customer analytics and end-user behaviour which helps
-Understand new and best-practice methods used to collect data
-Gain new insight on current customer behaviour
-Master the appropriate tools for predicting future customer behaviour
-Employ real-world customer analytics utilized at top firms
-Formulate data-driven recommendations to inform the strategic business decisions that lead your company toward success.
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3. STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
The collaboration between graduate schools at Stanford is pretty unique. Stanford has a top-notch engineering school and design school, and both of those collaborate frequently with the GSB to create unique classes and experiences that help people start real businesses. The Simulation method used in classrooms adds to the real life exposure factor in the curriculum. The significantly smaller student body at Stanford (800 vs. Harvard’s 1800) suggests that there is greater intimacy, collaboration and bonding.
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4. KELLOGG SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
Kellogg is well known for having 5 Global Partners for its Executive MBA Program. Kellogg has experienced a surge of growth in the Executive MBA Program in the past several years, owing to its Global Partnerships at 5 other places around the world. These partnerships underscore the exposure given to the students to a breadth of global business dynamics and to a diverse group of peers. The Kellogg-Schulich School of Business at York University program, for example, recently enrolled a class with record 42 percent women.
The community at Kellogg is very vibrant for one of the students’ led start-up Innoblative has won 11 awards totalling $200,00 and is poised to revolutionise the treatment of breast cancer.
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5. THE FUQUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, DUKE UNIVERSITY, NC
At Fuqua, the teaching process is broken down into three categories-
- Case Studies – which are real and imperfect examples of corporate challenges that give you the opportunity to see theory put into practice.
- Strategic Games – which involve interaction with multiple decision makers (or players) whose decisions affect each other. Many games share fundamental characteristics, and you are taught to recognize the patterns and understand the basic nature of games.
- Realistic Simulation – To create a sophisticated business simulation that would really teach students how to run a company in a realistic business environment.
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6. TUCK SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AT DARTMOUTH
The academic experience at Tuck is highly practical. The First-Year Project course (FYP) is an educational experience in which teams of five Tuck students apply classroom learning to complex, real-world business challenges for clients. On-Site Global Consulting is a field-study course in which students work with companies and NGOs operating outside the United States.
The Entrepreneurship Initiative and the Barris Incubator Project draw on the expertise of faculty and graduate entrepreneurs who advise entrepreneurial‐minded students on selected projects. The opportunities are endless. Tuck Capital Partners is an investment fund managed by second year students with assistance from first year students and undergraduates. Tuck Student Consulting Services connects students with local businesses which provides the opportunity to apply business skills, and a chance to volunteer in the community.
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7. NATIONAL LOUIS UNIVERSITY
National Louis University’s School of Business and Management master’s are designed to fit your busy schedule, with options for attending classes online or as a combination of online and targeted work sessions on campus in both Chicago and Florida.
Advisors and tutoring services are available in person, online, or over the phone.
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Mukesh is the VP of Technology at Admito.in. His innate desire to make an impact in the admission scenario of India kept him busy with researching about the best methodologies adopted by International Universities. Mukesh loves poetry and has been awarded as the “Best Actor in Student Category” for his performance in “A life less ordinary-short film”.