U.S. Department of Education grant to fund new MBA program features
The grant, part of the Department of Education's CIBER fund (Centers for International Business Education and Research,) will allow the Seattle-based Global Business Center to increase its reach by adding events and conferences, as well as funding new features for Foster's MBA programs.
As a result of the grant, MBA students will be able to take advantage of school-sponsored international study trips, global social entrepreneurship competitions, and international case studies.
For more information, please see Foster's website.
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