Friday, September 5, 2008
While most of this blog has focused on the Kelley School of Business and its undergraduate program’s trip to India, there’s also a highly respected MBA program to discuss (It’s ranked 18th worldwide by Business Week).
Its Godfrey Center (pictured here) has historically been a place where many international students, including many from India, have come to study business.
Forty-one percent of the 2008 class is from outside the United States. Outside the classroom, the school and IU offer numerous opportunities for international students to express themselves culturally and find their niche in Bloomington.
Through its Kelley International Perspectives, Kelley MBA students from all corners of the world share in the exploration of new cultures, planning full-immersion international study trips to Chile, China, India, Japan and elsewhere.
Kelley’s MBA Program will be participating in a series of MBA Fairs throughout India in September and October. Prospective students can register in advance by visiting the tour's web site: www.thembatour.com, however, advance registration is not required. Also, visit the MBA Tour website for registration fee information.
Representatives from the Kelley School will be available at each fair to answer your questions and provide you with additional information about the MBA Program.
You’ll find the India tour schedule online at http://kelley.iu.edu/mba/admissions/onTheRoad.cfm?tour=11.