[photopress:Bryan_School_International_students.jpg,full,alignright]Graduate students from China will be earning MBA degrees beginning this year at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro through new agreements signed with the Bryan School of Business and Economics.
The agreement between the Bryan School and the Shanghai Shenwei Management Consulting Company China in collaboration with the Management and Economy Center at Shanghai University will allow students to earn a master of business administration degree at the Bryan School.
Dr. Vidyaranya Gargeya, director of the MBA program and professor in the Department of Information Systems and Operations Management, said, ‘This agreement will expose students from Shanghai University to an American-style MBA program. International students bring to the table a level of preparation that enhances class discussion for all students.’
Students must meet all UNCG admissions requirements for the Bryan School MBA program. The first students will begin attending classes at the Bryan School in the fall semester.
Source: dBusiness News