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Business professionals and MBA students who want to learn Portuguese and Mandarin can sign up for online courses.
An overview of the changing electronics outsourcing industry in Asia, its growth, and the challenges facing both clients and suppliers.
When American executives need help preparing for negotiations in a Beijing boardroom or Chinese managers seek advice on how to best introduce products to the U.S. market, they turn to international management consultant Joy Huang (MBA ’99).
UNC Kenan-Flagler students, faculty, and staff gain access to a significantly expanded menu of global commerce, education and research opportunities this year thanks to a major new grant and new strategic role for the school’s Center for International Business Education and Research.
UNC Kenan-Flagler’s Global Business Center has named second-year MBAs Bridget Brennan and Parisa Salkhordeh and undergraduate business student Alexandra Cebula as fellows for the 2013-2014 academic year.
The Global Business Center has awarded two grants to two UNC Kenan-Flagler clubs through a new grant initiative designed to develop programs that expand students’ global competence and have a good chance of becoming self-sustaining.
UNC Kenan-Flagler’s Global Business Center will launch a new certificate program in January designed for mid-career business professionals and MBA students with some experience working in or with international constituents who seek to develop their intercultural competence.
The Global Business Center this year adds new MBA and undergraduate business fellowships, a grant program for global initiatives developed by student clubs, and financial support for a new student-created, student-led conference on emerging markets.
UNC Kenan-Flagler and the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore will collaborate on a project to advancing sustainability research and education in India. Next 20 Stories