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GIM in China

GIM turns 14

The Kellogg School EMBA Program had 102 students enrolled in the Global Initiatives in Management course focused on "Doing Business in China" this year, that culminated in a trip to Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing (above). These students joined more than 240 full-time and part-time Kellogg MBA students who studied and visited Argentina, Brazil, Chile, China, European Union, India, Japan, South Africa, Thailand and Vietnam. During the trips abroad, students met with business leaders, government officials and Kellogg alumni, while conducting the primary research essential for completing their final presentations and project reports required for the GIM course. This is the 14th year of the GIM program, which remains one of the highlights of student course work at Kellogg.

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