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Asia School of Business in collaboration with MIT Sloan is launching a global search for the unconventional candidate. Think you have what it takes? Visit www.asb.edu.my/unconventional to apply today and join the founding class of 2016! Scholarships available!
Asian Business School (Noida) is an AICTE approved business school. ABS has international tie ups with similar institutions such as, United Kingdom’s University of Central Lancashire, Northumbria University, Winchester University & Oxford Business College. It offers PGDM, PG Diploma, Diploma & a Course in Foreign Language.
Poets&Quants Editor John A. Byrne interviews Dean Charles Fine of the newly created Asia School of Business. The business school startup is the result of a unique partnership between MIT Sloan and Bank Negara Malaysia, the country's central bank. If you're considering an international MBA, you can find out more about ASB's novel 20-month-long MBA experience in Kuala Lumpur with Poets&Quants.
Top 10 MBA programs in Asia pacafic region 1. Insead , Singapore , Avrage GMAT 702 , Fee USD 60-70 K, Salary USD 114k , 2. National University of Singapore , Avrage GMAT 656 , Fee USD 40-50 K, Salary USD 62k , 3. hong kong university of science and technology, Avrage GMAT 655 , Fee USD 70-80 K, Salary USD 85k , 4. The University of Hong Kong, Avrage GMAT 664 , Fee USD 60-70 K, 5. Nanyang Business School, Singapore, Avrage GMAT 650 , Fee USD 30-40 K, Salary USD 53k , 6. Peking University , Avrage GMAT 650 , Fee USD 40-50 K, Salary USD 72k , 7. Melbourne Business School, Avrage GMAT 650 , Fee USD 60-70 K, Salary USD 120k , 8. Indian Institute Management Ahmedabad, Avrage GMAT 711, Fee USD 40-50 K, Salary USD 53k , 9. UNSW Australia , Avrage GMAT 632, Fee USD 50-60 K, Salary...
The Asian Strategy Project (ASP) is a three-month consulting project, it was launched in 2010 provided in partnership with Capgemini Consulting. It is offered at the ESSEC Asia-Pacific campus in Singapore to final year students of the ESSEC Master of Science in Management. Students are given the opportunity to develop their understanding of new business models in an Asia by working on a real strategic business issue faced by a company or an organization. http://www.essec.fr |
Senior hiring managers from some of the world's most influential and successful companies tell us why they recruit from London Business School for positions in Asia. We hear from L'Oreal, Bloomberg, Johnson & Johnson and Chinese conglomerate Fosun. Talent from London Business School is described as the best in the world with a fresh perspective on global markets, unlike talent you would meet in local markets. We also hear from three students in this video about what they intend to bring to new roles in Asia -- an MBA student, a Masters in Management (MiM) student and a Masters in Finance (MiF) student. http://www.london.edu Subscribe to more videos from LBS: http://bit.ly/lbsyoutube
Asia School of Business presents: Action Learning Symposium '18, Royal Selangor Interview. Chen Tien Yue, Executive Director of Royal Selangor, revealed that he was impressed by our MBA students' gutsiness during their Action Learning project and his hope of working with our students again in the future! To know more about our business school and MBA program, visit our website at: www.asb.edu.my
Asia School of Business presents Action Learning Symposium '18, Future Lab Interview. Meet Julie from Future Lab! Listen to her incredible eye-opening journey of experiencing the Action Learning course which incorporates the teaching of multi-disciplinary theories and frameworks delivered in the classroom that connects to real problems faced by partner hosts. To know more about our business school and MBA program, visit our website at: www.asb.edu.my
http://www.essec.fr | Lucia Casagranda, current student of the MSc in Management of ESSEC Business School, has made a collection of impressions from her time at Singapore. We invite you to watch this video to get a glimpse of what the student life at ESSEC in Singapore is really like!
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ウェブ： http://globis.tv/ ツイッター： https://twitter.com/GLOBISTV G1 Global Conference 2014 Breakout Session III ＜A ＞ Global Skills and Leadership Education: Perspectives from Asian Business Schools Human capital forms an essential pillar of economic growth. What does it take to produce globally minded leaders with skills to match in competitive business environments? Is Japan lagging behind in the globalization of human resources? What are the current hiring trends of Asia-based companies? Three Deans from leading business schools in Asia discuss challenges and opportunities as providers of skills training and leadership education. Ravi Kumar Shaw Chair Professor and Dean, Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University Tomoya Nakamura Dean, Graduate School of Management, GLOBIS Uni...
What sets Asia School of Business apart from other premier MBA schools is the connection between theory and practice. Action Learning is at the core of the unconventional learning experience. The combination of rigorous MIT curriculum taught by some of the best professors in the industry, and the ability to apply these tools and frameworks in real-world situations, provide the formula for building transformative leaders who are market-ready.