One-year Masters in Management program to begin next year

According to the Financial Times, the MIT Sloan School of Management will be launching a one-year Masters in Management Studies program beginning next year.  MIT Sloan will reportedly offer this program in partnership with four schools abroad, with which it already has ties: HEC Paris, Tsinghua University, Fudan University, and the Sungkyunkwan University's SKK Graduate School of Business in Seoul, South Korea.

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