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The Kellogg School's joint-degree partners

Recanati dean  
Simon Benninga, dean  

Leon Recanati Graduate School of Business Administration at Tel Aviv University

Location: Tel Aviv, Israel

Partnership established: 1996

Fact: The student body has included participants who are Palestinian, Jordanian, Israeli, American, Japanese, Chinese, Maltese, Greek, German, British, South African, Indian, Belgian, Dutch, Italian and many other nationalities.


acting dean for WHU-Otto  
Stefan Kayser, acting dean and program director  

WHU-Otto Beisheim Graduate School of Management

Location: Vallendar, Germany

Partnership established: September 1997

Fact: WHU was the first German school to offer a major in business administration emphasizing the strategic leadership of corporations.




dean of the School of Business and Management at Hong Kong  
K.C. Chan, dean  

School of Business and Management at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in China

Location: Hong Kong

Partnership established: January 1998

Fact: More than 40 percent of students travel to the school to attend class from places such as Singapore, Beijing, Taipei and Tokyo.



dean of Schulich School of Business  
Deszo J. Horvdth, dean  

Schulich School of Business at York University

Location: Toronto, Canada

Partnership established: January 2002

Fact: The school's new building, the Schulich School of Business and Executive Learning Centre, opened its doors in September, serving as a model facility for management education in the 21st century.

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