Tuck strengthens ties with India

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Tuck School of Business is launching an interactive distant learning series for Citibank India.

Over the next three months several dozen high potential executives from Citibank India will take part in the initiative. Participants, located in Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai will take part in the monthly, 90-minute sessions which will focus on strategy transformation.

“This series with Citibank India will be a model for us as we begin to work with other companies in India and around the world to provide a stimulating and convenient on-site learning environment that represents the best in business education,” says Anant Sundaram, faculty director of Tuck Executive Education at Dartmouth.

During the sessons, the Citibank executives will interact in real time with Tuck faculty, including question and answer sessions and group discussions.

In recent months Tuck has strengthened its ties with the country. The Tuck India Alliance has been established to educate the Tuck community about the impact of India’s emergence in the global economy.

As well as a series of podcasts, there will also be an annual conference and articles and commentary will be available on Tuck’s India Alliance website.

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