Exchange Partners from the US, UK, Europe and Asia receive Nanyang MBA students for the first time; New MOUs signed with 2 Exchange Partners from North America
With a network of more than 60 exchange partner business schools around the world, The NANYANG MBA student is spoilt for choice with regards to which business school to attend and experience another learning environment. These partner schools are very popular schools making competition for places in these exchange programs challenging.
This year, The NANYANG MBA sent around 8 students for the first time to these four(4) partners schools under the exchange program – University of Calgary in Canada, Cranfield School of Management in the United Kingdom, IE Business School in Spain and Tel Aviv University in Israel. Reynold Dai (pictured below), current MBA participant from China, who is in the exchange program in Tel Aviv University says, “Israel is a nation of start-ups and the non-hierarchical culture makes it easy to talk to top executives of companies here. Moreover, the entrepreneurial mentality really makes life exciting and exposes me to an MBA experience in a different context.”
Reynold Dai (1st from the right), current MBA Participant, with his peers in Tel Aviv University
A typical exchange program enables Nanyang MBA students to spend a trimester in an exchange partner school, while Nanyang receives students from partner schools to attend The NANYANG MBA. Nanyang only engages in this reciprocal arrangement with a select number of business schools that will add value to its MBA students.
Recently, as part of its continuing process to deliver more value add experience to supplement their global experiences at Nanyang, Nanyang Business School signed MOUs with Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Business in the United States and McGill University Desautels Faculty of Management in Canada into its increasing number of collaborations with leading academic institutions.