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Welcome to GBI's Academic Support Functions

 

Academic Programs

 

Supporting Educational Programs

There is a great deal of demand among students for undergraduate and MBA courses focusing on international and global issues. The Stern undergraduate program is unique in the international exposure of its students. The MBA level encompasses a large number of students who have a global business specialization alongside specializations in various functional fields, together with the long-standing International Management Program of student exchanges. The School's executive programs have long had multiple international residencies available to each cohort, and the School's Trium programs have created an Executive MBA Strategic Alliance with LSE in London and HEC in France. There is also significant international content in various public and proprietary non-degree programs.

A key mandate of the Institute is to promote and facilitate Stern School educational activities that have international dimensions, and help make them more effective and efficient. A large percentage of students, including non-US students, select Stern for its international business franchise. Moreover international business is one of the key criteria used by the media in evaluating undergraduate and MBA programs.

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