Global Immersion Electives give students real-world experience in today’s global economy.
Mabel Miguel's dynamic teaching style helps bridge cultural differences in a global economy.
Handwriting Without Tears goes from multi-sensory program to multi-national business.
A last-minute change in assignment teaches about leading during times of change.
The world's most popular game can have a financial down side.
The program is the only global executive MBA delivered in partnership by five premier international business schools.
Being successful in China means understanding cultural differences and focusing on the power of relationships.
The biology professor adds MBA@UNC to her formula for business success.
John Gallemore's research takes him across the world. Next stop: Chicago.