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May 28, 2008 12:29 pm
Three of the world’s top business schools for entrepreneurship, on three continents, are to launch a Masters in Global Entrepreneurship later this year.
EM Lyon in France, Babson College in the US and Zhejiang University in China will launch the programme in September 2008. The programme is designed for those who recently graduated with undergraduate degrees in business, economics or related subjects.
The programme will be split into three parts, each of which will be taught in a different location. The first four months will be spent in Lyon, the second in Zhejiang, south of Shanghai, and the third in Boston. However, the programme will not be taught solely by faculty from the school in that location - the course has been developed jointly by faculty from all three schools.
The focus of the programme will be on busines creation, business growth and family businesses.
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