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Guanghua School Of Management - Academics - MBA Program
... The Guanghua School of Management offers a Full-time MBA program (taught in Chinese), an International MBA program (taught in English), and a Part-time MBA program (Taught in Chinese) ... The International MBA program places an emphasis on training non-Chinese students who wish to learn the realities of doing business in China ...
Loyola Institute Of Business Administration
... is governed by a Board, and offers a full-time MBA (PGDBM) program (2 years), part-time MBA (PGDBM) program (3 years) and various executive diploma courses and also is a resource center for PhD ... Current full-time MBA classes have a size of approximately 120 students ...
The George Washington University School Of Business - Rankings - Graduate Programs
... News World Report, "America's Best Graduate Schools", March 2011, 52nd-ranked Full-Time MBA, 36th Part-Time MBA BusinessWeek, November 2008, top-45 Full-Time MBA program in ... Financial Times, January 2012, 79th-ranked Full-Time MBA Program in the U.S. 9th-ranked Full-Time MBA in International Business category Wall Street Journal, September 2007, 45th-ranked Regional Full-Time MBA Program Women3.0, January 2008, "Top 50 M.B.A ...
Department Of Management Studies IIT Delhi - History
... saw the setting up of the Management Core Group and the core inputs to a full-time Management Education at IIT(D) were reconfirmed by an Advisory Committee constituted by ... Department of Management Studies launched MBA programmes in 1997 ... department currently runs a two year full-time MBA programme with focus on Management Systems, a two year full-time MBA with focus on Telecommunication Systems ...

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