Making Sense of China and India: An Overview of the B-School Landscape
Thursday | June 21 | 2012 | 7:45 pm - 9:00 PM
Mississippi, 2nd Floor
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This session will help you understand some of the challenges and opportunities facing graduate management education in China and India. Among other topics, you’ll explore global economic, cultural, and social trends; the rise of local business schools; and the roles that the GMAC offices in Hong Kong and India are playing in the region. Targeted to both Asian and non-Asian schools, this session will provide you with key insights into how Chinese and Indian candidates’ choices in graduate management education are evolving and how these trends may affect your recruiting efforts in these two countries.
- Srinivasan Raghavan, Professor, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore
- Zhiwen Yin, Associate Dean, School of Management, Fudan University
- Ashish Bhardwaj, Regional Director, South Asia, Graduate Management Admission Council
- Julia Herries, Regional Director, APAC, Graduate Management Admission Council
- Moderator: Rick Doyle, Marketing Manager, MBA Programs, European School of Management and Technology (ESMT)