International Business Education Alliance program forms first class

Students attended a semester at each of the universities that make up the consortium: University of Mannheim Business School (Germany), University of South Carolina – Darla Moore School of Business (U.S.) and ESSEC Business School (a French school, but with classes held at the Singapore campus) and EBAPE.
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08 January 2019
International Business Education Alliance program forms first class

On December 14, FGV’s Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration (EBAPE) hosted the graduation ceremony of the first undergraduate class of the International Business Education Alliance (IBEA) program.

Students attended a semester at each of the universities that make up the consortium: University of Mannheim Business School (Germany), University of South Carolina – Darla Moore School of Business (U.S.) and ESSEC Business School (a French school, but with classes held at the Singapore campus) and EBAPE.

This exchange program aims to form global citizens, who by the end of the last module will have acquired greater cultural sensitivity and will be able to understand the differences in the management study and practice in other cultures and environments. The students come from all over the world (multicultural class).

The event was attended by representatives of all units: Charlotte Reith (University of Mannheim Business School), Flavio Vasconcelos (EBAPE), Brittain Goff (Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina) and Hugues Levecq (ESSEC Business School).

Go to the website to learn more about the IBEA.