Global Leadership Opportunities at Berkeley-Haas Grow Even Bigger

     

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Berkeley MBA students have access to online courses and week-long courses at business schools worldwide thanks to Berkeley-Haas' membership in the Global Network for Advanced Management, a network of top business schools committed to educating global leaders.

Launched in 2012 by the Yale School of Management, this network of 28 business schools spread across five continents connects each member school with regions, cultures, and economies in different phases of development.

Students gain access to network programs that include:

Global Network Weeks: Mini courses taught at member schools, such as:

  • Europe at a Crossroads, IE Business School (Madrid)
  • Development of a Global Mindset: the Perspective of Emerging Markets, FGV-EAESP (Sao Paulo) 
  • Innovation X Globalization: Japan Style, Hitotsubashi ICS (Tokyo) 
  • Economics of Emerging Markets: Social Innovation and Business in Africa, University of Cape Town
Global Network Courses: Online courses offering the chance to tackle global challenges as part of a dispersed and diverse team. Recent offerings have included:
  • Inclusive Business Models, Indian Institute of Management
  • New Product Development, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
  • Handling Disruption: Humanitarian emergencies management and development, London School of Economics

Read more about the addition of Berkeley-Haas to the Global Network for Advanced Management in  this Financial Times article.

All three of our MBA programs, Full-timeEvening & Weekend, and MBA for Executives, offer access to coursework, experiential learning, and clubs and conferences featuring global leadership learning opportunities. Check out some examples from our Full-time MBA Program. 

Learn More:  Global Leadership in the Berkeley MBA

 

 

About The Author

Morgan is the Executive Director of Full-time MBA Admissions at Haas as well as a graduate of the program. She enjoys making personal connections with prospective students and guiding them through the MBA admission process.