What are your spring break plans? Consider Evening MBA spring break trip to India and earn 3 credits toward your degree.
As an Evening MBA student, you have taken a bold step to invest in an MBA at a prestigious institution. That shows you have good sense about the globalization of today’s business environment.
Building an international repertoire is critical to your skill set. Increasingly, employers are looking for global skills; they value and depend upon employee contributions that increase global competitiveness. In fact, one CEO said recently, “It is very difficult for anyone without something ‘international’ on his or her résumé to be considered for any senior position.” Such is the need for building international knowledge into your portfolio.
Kelley provides a number of excellent options for our MBAs—international travel among them.
Imagine walking through the Indian Parliament and Taj Mahal; engaging with iconic businesses like Infosys, Tata, Maruti-Suzuki, Bharti-Airte and State Bank of India; and experiencing first-hand multinationals such as IBM in India. Know experientially what is driving this kaleidoscope of national, social, political and business ideologies. Interact with Indian business leaders and MBA peers who are making things happen. The Kelley Evening MBA spring break trip to India is such an opportunity.
Management professor Charles Dhanaraj will be leading a team of Kelley MBAs and select executives from Indiana on a business tour of three cities—Delhi, Mumbai (Bombay) and Bangalore—during IUPUI’s spring break, March 9-17, 2013.
For more information
http://go.iu.edu/6d5 : Syllabus for the X576 & X577 classes and course details, including your financial commitment.
http://go.iu.edu/6d6 : Evening MBA India trip at a glance
The deadline to commit is December 1, 2012. Please email Associate Professor Dhanaraj, email@example.com, with your interest to enroll.