Redesigned "Cross Continent" MBA program starts August 2009

Duke University's Fuqua School of Business has announced plans to create a network of "regional campuses" in five global hubs - New Delhi, St. Petersburg, Dubai, London, and Shanghai. These campuses will support Duke's existing MBA and EMBA programs, and be the focus of partnerships with local institutes and organizations. 

The new campuses will also be used in Fuqua's redesigned "Cross Continent" MBA program that begins August 2009. There will be an information session for this program on Duke's Durham, North Carolina campus on November 5, 2008.

For more information, visit the Duke Fuqua website

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