Spain's ESADE Business School has announced that it is launching a new MSc program in Global Strategic Management, through a partnership with China's Lingnan College and the University of Virginia's McIntire School of Commerce.
The new MSc is aimed at recent graduates and will help students understand the complexities of global management from the North American, European, and Asian perspectives.
And students will study on all three continents. The program will start on the University of Virginia, where students will spend four months learning about the foundations of global commerce, cross-cultural management, and other topics. They'll then move to the Lingnan College campus in Guangzhou, China, for two month, and then finally to ESADE's Barcelona campus for another four months to finish off the program.
“The programme will provide a high-added-value experience that will prepare recent graduates – mainly from the Americas, Europe and Asia – to achieve excellence in the complex and dynamic global economy,” says Josep Franch, Dean of ESADE Business School.
The program also includes a master thesis component.
Graduates will receive an MS in Global Commerce from the University of Virginia, along with a certificate in international management from Lingnan, and an MS in Global Strategic Business from ESADE.
To apply for the program, prospective candidates should have a university degree and either a GMAT or GRE score.
For more information, please see ESADE's MSc in Global Strategic Management program page.