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Expat Mortgages UK – Special Mortgages for UK Expats #international #mortgage #lenders

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UK Expat Mortgages

INTERNATIONAL MORTGAGE PLANS (IMP ) are the UK’s leading independent providers of expat mortgages for UK expats purchasing or refinancing UK property for family use or commercial letting. IMP also provide mortgages for foreign nationals looking to finance property in the UK.

Established in the UK in 1975 and in Hong Kong in 1987, IMP are also represented in most expatriate locations. We access the mortgage market via a constantly reviewed panel of bank and building society lenders. Expatriate mortgage finance facilities are available to individuals and intermediaries.

Current Market Conditions – With lenders terms and criteria changing daily please complete our online expat mortgage enquiry form. This will enable us to let you know which terms are available to you and make a specific recommendation.

Browse our site to find details of current expatriate mortgage lenders offers, Exclusive remortgage and buy to let schemes. No obligation quotation available via our online mortgage enquiry form

International Mortgage Plans (IMP ) have numerous plans with mortgage lenders that will cater for expats purchasing or remortgaging their main UK property or UK Buy-to-Let properties, be it one property or multiple properties. We have arrangements that will cater for offshore companies and trusts looking to arrange finance on UK properties. Due to our established track record with lenders over a number of years IMP are able to obtain bespoke terms for loans over 1 million.

Our IMP mortgage news gives details of the UK mortgage market and the latest property news. For details of our current exclusive mortgage schemes please see our Expat mortgage rates and Buy-to-Let mortgage pages.

For UK residents we can send you details of our current market leading buy to let mortgage terms

You can contact us by phone, email or complete our online enquiry form and we will respond to your needs.

International Mortgage Plans are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority our registration number is 302775 and we hold Consumer Credit Licence number 648312 navigate around this site please click on the buttons on the right or visit our table of contents

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Global Business Experience – International Consulting Projects #business #cards #design

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Combines a challenging business core and a liberal arts curriculum focused on reasoning and critical thinking skills

Master of Science in Finance

Deepen financial acumen through an innovative online program

The Georgetown McDonough MBA Programs provide a general management degree with a global view to both full-time and working professional students.

Executive Master s in Leadership

Learn organizational leadership and management strategy to become a change agent

Study MBA fundamentals in a format that matches the life of a fast-paced executive

The world is the classroom for this immersion into business, geopolitics, policy, and regulation

Master of Arts in International Business and Policy

Better understand the business frameworks and socio-political and economic issues that affect doing business around the world.

Gain business and management skills needed to flourish in the international economy

Global Business Experience – International Consulting Projects

“Many classes explore the possibility of offering advice to corporations abroad, but the Global Business Experience class offers a higher level of learning that
can only be reached when formulating and presenting your consultation to company executives.”
William Dean
(B ’16)

“My consulting project for 3M in Peru sharpened my skills in market research and segmentation analysis. I also connected with influential South American Executives who helped me advance my career.”
Marcela Giraldo
(Full-time MBA ’15)

“The most important fact my project has taught me is that an understanding of a countries cultural attitudes and historical background will unlock the mysteries of business in that country. This will help guide me in choices I make in the coming years as I do business in India, Iran and China.”
Alidad Arabshahi
(EMBA ’16)

Working in small teams, students partner with executives from multinational organizations to address complex business challenges. Prior to the trips, students collaborate remotely for several months. Then, they spend one week in the client’s country to present their final recommendations to the organization’s leadership. Full-time MBA students take the trip during the spring semester, and evening program students travel during the summer.

“Over the more than six months that we worked on the project, we were in regular communication with our host company in Seoul. Our hard work was validated when senior executives endorsed our findings and suggested that our recommendations would be incorporated into their Korean business plan.”
Caroline Decker
(EMBA ’16)

“Like in any country, doing business in India requires an understanding of its unique culture and society. The valuable experience gained from a week of living and working in Mumbai helped our team to deliver even more value to our client.”
Jeffrey Heo
(Full-time MBA ’15)

“My project with Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts was truly a transformative experience. It was exciting to work on a global brand and travel to
Hong Kong, and it also provided a real-world opportunity to learn about the Chinese consumer market.”
Amanda Bagwill
(Evening MBA ’15)

In 2015, Georgetown McDonough’s Global Business Experience sent our students to four continents to consult on 98 projects in various areas, including market entry, market development, communications, innovation strategy, competitive strategy, and global growth strategy.

Full-Time MBA :
Brazil, China, India, South Africa, Spain, United Arab Emirates – 47 projects

Evening Program MBA :
Hong Kong, Italy, Turkey – 24 projects

Executive MBA :
South Korea – 7 projects

Executive Master’s in Leadership :
South Africa – 7 projects

Master of Science in Finance :
South Africa – 7 projects

Undergraduate Program :
Spain – 6 projects

In the last 15 years, student teams have traveled to Prague, Rome, Buenos Aires, Lima, São Paulo, Tel Aviv, Istanbul, Beijing, Delhi, and Cape Town, among many other cities, working for clients ranging from small entrepreneurial companies to global enterprises, from public- to private-sector institutions, and from local to international corporations.

The experience doesn’t end with the trip abroad. After returning to campus, students collaborate to create a picture of how industries operate around the world. The students share their projects with their peers during a Global Business Conference.

Georgetown McDonough School of Business Faculty-Led Research Centers

The research entities at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business leverage their location in Washington, D.C. to study the intersection of business and public policy, international affairs, financial markets and policy, and markets and ethics. Georgetown McDonough faculty members excel at solving critical business issues and defining best practices across a range of industries that will transform the world of business.

ABOUT GEORGETOWN MCDONOUGH EXECUTIVE DEGREE PROGRAMS

Georgetown University’s McDonough Business School offers world-class executive degrees, including the Executive MBA, Executive Master’s in Leadership, the Georgetown-ESADE Global Executive MBA, Corporate International Master’s and the Master of Science in Finance. Curricula focus on business, leadership and strategy from a global perspective. Georgetown McDonough executive degree programs help shape world leaders, who benefit from a distinguished educational experience at one of the world’s top business schools.

About Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business

Founded in 1957, Georgetown McDonough is home to some 1,400 undergraduates, 1,000 MBA students, and 1,200 participants in executive degree and open enrollment programs.

The MBA Career Center offers a variety of career services to current MBA students and alumni. They provide students career guidance through career courses, career counseling, and hosting recruiting on campus, ultimately resulting in students securing the MBA internships and job placements they are seeking. Whether entering business school to learn how to change jobs, to advance within a particular industry, or to become an entrepreneur, Georgetown MBA students are prepared to achieve their career goals.





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Import Export Business – International Trade Leads – FITA Global Trade Leads #rcm #business

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FITA is a Corporate Partner of the U.S. Commercial Service

The International Buyers Program recruits thousands of qualified foreign buyers, sales representatives, and business partners to U.S. trade shows each year, giving your exhibitors excellent opportunities to expand business globally. Click here to see a list of all upcoming IBP trade shows.

Department of Commerce Trade Missions offer a proven cost-effective tool for helping U.S. companies learn first-hand about global markets. Click here to see a list of upcoming trade missions.

The National Export Initiative (NEI ) is a multi-year effort to increase U.S. jobs by increasing the number of companies exporting and expanding the number of markets current U.S. companies sell to.

Take note of the following U.S. Commercial Service events:

  • Russia’s WTO Accession, What it Could Mean for Your Business . 02/02/2012 – 02/06/2012. On June 14th the U.S. Commercial Service will offer a webinar on Russia’s Upcoming WTO Accession and Permanent Normal Trade Relations highlighting the implications and opportunities for U.S. Business. This webinar will feature experts on Russia’s market and trade policy from the U.S. Embassy in Moscow as well as from the U.S. Commerce Department’s Market Access & Compliance unit in Washington, D.C. Topics will include, current market conditions in Russia, Russia’s WTO accession, what specific benefits it would bring for US companies, and the status of efforts to establish Permanent, Normal Trade Relations so that U.S. companies can compete on a level playing field in Russia once it becomes a WTO Member. This webinar will take place on June 14 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. EST. The cost to participate in this webinar is $15, payable by credit card. To register please click visit or email Paul Matino .
  • Visit USA RoadShow – Southern Cone – Latin America . 05/14/2012 – 05/18/2012. RoadShow organized by Visit USA Committees and Commercial Services of Chile, Argentina and Uruguay.

Recruit US companies to promote tourism services and promote the United States as a tourism destination.
Contact Diana Brandon

  • Global Gaming Expo Asia 2012 (G2E Asia) . 05/22/2012 – 05/24/2012 Global Gaming Expo Asia (G2E Asia) is the premier trade show and conference for the Asian gaming market. This event highlights the remarkable growth in Asian gaming and gives you access to new products and the latest trends, delivering qualified buyers, and fostering optimal networking in the Eastern hemisphere to ensure you can grow your business in this rapidly growing market. As part of the G2E portfolio of events, G2E Asia is an event by the industry and for the industry and it evolves each year to keep pace with industry demands and the latest industry trends.
    Contact Andrew Wylegala .
  • WINDPOWER 2012 .
    06/03/2012 – 06/06/2012. WINDPOWER 2012 is the world’s largest annual wind energy event. Held June 3-6, 2012, in Atlanta, Georgia, WINDPOWER is produced by the American Wind Energy Association, and is the premier wind energy event in North America. WINDPOWER 2011 hosted over 15,000 attendees, 1,100 exhibitors, and over 2,800 international attendees from 60 countries, the largest number of international attendees coming from Canada, Germany, China, Denmark and Spain. WINDPOWER 2012 will offer more than 60 educational sessions, industry workshops, and showcases new technology and solutions on the expansive show floor.
    Contact Mark Wells .
  • A Basic Guide to Exporting: Financing Your Exports and Getting Paid . 06/13/2012 – 06/13/2012. Learn the basics of trade finance and what you need to know about getting paid for exports. Getting paid for your export sale is easier than ever. Learn from trade finance experts about the range of payment methods used in export transactions and how to evaluate which is best for your business. Learn about letters of credit and U.S. government programs for financing exports including a program that enables buyers to purchase your product or service. View a past program. or join to live to raise your questions. Contact Hector Maldonado .
  • FITA has been appointed to be a Corporate Partner of the U.S. Commercial Service. FITA works with the Commercial Service to keep U.S. exporters and overseas importers informed about the many important services the Service offers. More.

    FITA s Really Useful Sites for Trade Professionals Newsletter
    Each issue features links to websites aimed at professionals in import-export and international trade as well as general interest websites for entertainment and daily life. More.

    FITA s Really Useful Links
    Our Really Useful Sites for International Trade Professionals is an up-to-date online library of over 8,000 websites related to global commerce. More.

    Job Seekers Employers:
    Visit the new FITA CareerHQ
    FITA Career Headquarters is the premier, internationally- focused job board. More.

    Tools for Starting and Running an Import-Export Business
    Resources and links that will help. More .

    Real-time International Trade News
    Click here to read feeds of the latest international trade and international trade finance news.





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    Global Leaders Launch Council to Help End Malaria #end #malaria #council, #switzerland, #foreign #policy

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    Global Leaders Launch Council to Help End Malaria

    Bill Gates and Ray Chambers convene ‘End Malaria Council’ to drive attention and funding to wipe out the disease for good

    DAVOS, Switzerland. Jan. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Bill Gates, co-chair of the Bill Melinda Gates Foundation, and Ray Chambers. the United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Health in Agenda 2030 and for Malaria, today announced the launch of the End Malaria Council, a group of influential public and private sector leaders who aim to ensure malaria eradication remains a top global priority.

    “The next chapter of the fight against malaria starts now,” said Gates, who co-authored a report with Chambers in 2015 called Aspiration to Action: What will it take to end malaria? “For the first time in history, we have a roadmap to a world without malaria – where no one has to die from a mosquito bite ever again. With renewed focus, innovation and new commitments of leadership and funding, we can be the generation to end malaria once and for all.”

    The launch of the End Malaria Council comes just a month after the release of the World Health Organization’s 2016 World Malaria Report . which showed remarkable progress in reducing cases and deaths from malaria since 2000, but also underscored the urgent need for global leadership, new funding and innovation to stay on track to meet targets.

    Members of the End Malaria Council will work in collaboration with the Roll Back Malaria Partnership and other key partners to help countries and regions achieve their malaria control and elimination goals. Members of this unique group will use their voices and networks to support the work already underway by malaria field workers, scientists and experts by focusing on three areas: building political will, mobilizing resources and supporting the development of new tools to find, prevent and treat malaria.

    The Council has nine founding members, a group of whom met on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland to discuss strategies for filling critical financing gaps in Africa. Asia and Latin America. The End Malaria Council will grow to represent all of the key malaria-endemic regions. Inaugural members include:

    • Bill Gates. Co-chair and Trustee, Bill Melinda Gates Foundation
    • Ray Chambers. UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Health in Agenda 2030 and for Malaria
    • Peter Chernin. Founder, Chernin Entertainment and The Chernin Group
    • Aliko Dangote, President and Chief Executive, Dangote Group
    • H.E. Idriss Déby, President, Republic of Chad (representing the African Leaders Malaria Alliance)
    • H.E. Jakaya Kikwete. Former President, United Republic of Tanzania
    • Graça Machel, Founder, Foundation for Community Development, Mozambique
    • Luis Alberto Moreno. President, Inter-American Development Bank
    • H.E. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. President, Republic of Liberia

    Thanks to strong leadership, smart investments and the hard work of the public and private sectors, the world has cut malaria deaths in half since 2000, saving more than 6 million lives from the disease. Malaria-related deaths are at an all-time low, especially among children under five in sub-Saharan Africa. This can be largely attributed to the unprecedented delivery of more than 500 million insecticide-treated bed nets over the last three years, along with significant expansion of diagnosis and treatment.

    But malaria preys on the rural poor and the young, still killing a child every two minutes. It stunts productivity, burdens families with health care costs, limits educational achievement and slows overall economic growth.

    “We have reached a critical juncture in the malaria fight,” said Chambers. “To end this disease we need a creative approach to financing – one that combines continued support from donor countries with new approaches to expand commitments, particularly from countries affected by malaria.”

    Ending malaria is within reach, but the next few years are critical. Success requires maintaining the progress to date, achieving control in endemic countries and accelerating to elimination where possible. Leaders in Africa and Asia have adopted ambitious elimination agendas for their regions, and countries are working hard to achieve the reductions in cases and deaths to meet the bold goals.

    “Ending malaria was once an impossible dream,” said H.E. Jakaya Kikwete. former President of the United Republic of Tanzania. who lost a brother to malaria when he was a child and made malaria a key priority while in office. “It is now within our reach. It will take strong leadership and serious financial commitments, but I believe we can make history and end this brutal disease once and for all.”

    SOURCE End Malaria Council

    Global Leaders Launch Council to Help End Malaria





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    MBA in Online International Business: Degree Overview #online #international #business #degree, #mba #in #online

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    MBA in Online International Business: Degree Overview

    Essential Information

    Online MBA in International Business programs are available at a select number of institutions. While many are available entirely online, some programs may offer hybrid courses that combine classroom meetings with an online system for uploading projects and viewing course-related media. Students should acquire a bachelor’s degree before applying to one of these programs, and it may need to be in business for admission into some programs.

    Individuals may also earn a global MBA. Students learn about the benefits of globalization, international marketing and cultural studies. They may have the option to complete a thesis during their graduate studies.

    Find schools that offer these popular programs

    • Accounting and Bookkeeping
    • Business Economics
    • Business Finance
    • Business Management and Operations
    • Business Marketing
    • Business Support and Administrative Services
    • Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development
    • Hospitality Management
    • Human Resource Management
    • Information System Management
    • International Business
    • Sales and Merchandising
    • Specialized Sales

    MBA in International Business

    Organizations of all kinds are increasingly active in the international marketplace. Managers seeking to broaden their skill sets and deal effectively in global markets may want to consider an online MBA program in international business.

    Program Format and Delivery

    For most online MBA programs, prospective students must have an undergraduate business degree and qualifying scores on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). For students with undergraduate degrees outside the business field, some core business courses may be necessary before earning MBA credits. Many online MBA programs offer full- or part-time study options, and students can generally complete degree requirements within two years.

    Schools generally use interactive course management systems like Blackboard to deliver online course content. Such programs utilize a message board-style environment to allow students to communicate with each other and professors.

    Common Courses

    Core business courses in MBA programs often focus on topics like accounting, managerial theory, communication, ethics and corporate finance. Specialized coursework in an international business curriculum may involve global business policy, cross-cultural management and international law.

    International Business Policy

    Students learn about strategic planning for managing international operations. The policies affecting strategic behavior of governments and industries around the world are examined.

    Cross-Cultural Management

    This course provides a study of current conditions in the global economy and business world. Cultural barriers and the ways in which they impact global operations are key themes.

    International Law

    The legal environment of international business is the focus of this course. Students learn about various laws and how they affect the global marketplace. Topics covered include contracts, liabilities and the role of attorneys in global business operations.

    Career Information

    Graduates of an online MBA program in international business are equipped for a wide range of executive positions. While the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projected job growth of 6% for top executives between 2014 and 2024, which is about average (www.bls.gov ). As of May 2015, the BLS reported a median annual salary of $175,110 for chief executives.

    In addition to the advanced business courses that are usually offered within an online MBA program, students who choose to focus on international business take courses that are specific to global commerce. Graduates should be ready to work for multinational companies or those that do business overseas.

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    Florida international university online degrees #florida #international #university #online #degrees

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    Steven J. Green
    School of International
    Public Affairs

    Online

    Online Master of Public Administration

    • Students have convenient online access to the MPA program at FIU
    • Courses are offered online on an annual rotation
    • Students can take one, two, three or four graduate classes at a time
    • Fall Admission Only

    Program Highlights

    • Top-Quality Faculty. The FIU MPA Faculty is the largest in South Florida and is the only full-time public administration department in Miami-Dade County. The majority of the program’s courses are taught by full-time FIU Public Administration professors who are also top scholars in the field of public administration.
    • Top Quality NASPAA-Accredited Curriculum. FIU’s MPA program is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration (NASPAA). The FIU MPA program is the only NASPAA-Accredited Program in Miami-Dade County.
    • Top Quality Students. Our students are very well accomplished academically and professionally. The MPA program is very selective.
    • Best Reputation in the Region. The US News and World Report ranks the MPA program at FIU the best in the South Florida region.
    • Networking. Best Public Administration and Non-Profit Alumni Network in the Region.
    • Quality Career Services. Access to FIU’s extensive Career Services Department provides students with the tools, skills and knowledge to be successful in today’s competitive job market. The Program has its own dedicated Career Development Coordinator housed in the Department of Public Administration.
    • Public Service Internship Option. All students without sufficient public service experience will have the opportunity to complete a 300-hour public service internship at a location and position level approved by the MPA Internship Instructor.

    Degree Program Hours: 42 Credit Hours

    Accredited by the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration (NASPAA), the program requires a completion of 42 credit hours.

    Admission Requirements

    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution;
    • Three letters of recommendation from undergraduate faculty or work supervisors;
    • Current resume;
    • Three page essay; *Note:The essay should demonstrate graduate level writing competency and should address long term career goals associated with earning a Master of Public Administration.Students may also discuss passions for public issues or policies and may communicate potential for success in graduate school.
    • GRE, GMAT, or LSAT score if undergraduate GPA is less than 3.25 in the last 60 credits of upper division coursework; *Note: The GRE score may be waived at the discretion of the MPA Director for students :
      • who have completed at least 18 credits of graduate level coursework, or
      • who have significant work experience (at administrative analyst or higher level) in the public or non-profit sectorexperience in the public sector.
    • All documents must be submitted by the application deadline.

    How to Apply:

    In order to be officially considered for admission to the FIU MPA program, students must complete the following steps:

    • Submit an application online. Click here to start an application online via the FIU University Graduate School ;
    • Submit an application fee. A $30.00, non-refundable, application fee payable by check, money order, or credit card is required;
    • Submit official transcript/s. Transcripts of all degree granting institutions must be sent directly from each college or university either electronically or in a sealed envelope to the Graduate Admissions Office (Note: If your undergraduate degree was from FIU you don’t need to do this because your student records are accessible by computer from the Department);
    • Submit three letters of recommendation, resume, and essay to the Graduate Admissions Office;
    • Submit GRE scores if required;
    • Submit all above documents by the application deadline

    General Requirements

    Students must maintain a cumulative 3.0 GPA. A grade of ‘C’ or better is required for every core course. Note: A ‘C-’ is not acceptable. The program reserves the right to withhold the awarding of credit for course work taken out of sequence and without appropriate prerequisites.

    MPA Core Requirements: 8 Courses (24 Credits).

    • PAD 6053 Political, Social Economic Context of Public Administration
      • (Note; This course must be taken in the first semester)
    • PAD 6306 Policy Analysis Program Planning
    • PAD 6417 Human Resources Management Policy
    • PAD 6701 Quantitative Applications
    • PAD 6227 Public Finance the Budgetary Process
    • PAD 6434 Leadership Decision Making
    • PAD 6726 Applied Research Methods for Accountability in Public and Non-Profit Organizations
      • (Note: The prerequisite for this course is PAD 6701)
    • PAD 6056 The Practice of Public Management
      • (Note: Prerequisites: Completion of MPA Core or last semester of course work status)

    Electives (18 credits)

    Students may specialize in Human Resources Management, Public Management, Homeland Security and Emergency Management, Community Development, Comparative and International Public Administration, or an Outside Field. NOTE. Students must have a “C” or better in all courses; a “C-“ is not acceptable.

    PAD 6946, Public Administration Internship, may be used as an elective. Students with less than 3 years of professional (public/non-profit service at “analyst” or higher level) may be required by the admission committee to complete a public service internship.

    Tuition and Fees

    Visit the Office of Student Financials to use the online Tuition Fee Calculator tool. Please note that there is an additional $160 fee for online courses.

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    International Careers Festival #business #card #design

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    It’s not possible to enroll in this year’s projects anymore. You can still create an account and you will be informed when you’ll be able to enroll in next year’s projects.

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    Rome Business Game

    The Rome Business Game is the simulation dedicated to the world of business, international markets, marketing, and business management.

    300 participants from around the world will compete against each for an opportunity within the world of international business.

    Participants will have the opportunity to meet business and marketing experts, acting as judges, as they propose innovative solutions/products to challenges presented by those same experts. They will also be developing and refining a set of soft skills which are often overlooked yet essential for career success: learning the techniques for proper business management, analysis and insight of business dynamics, team working, and practical problem solving.

    The Business Game was born in the fifties with the dual purpose of, on the one hand, providing students interested in working within companies a practice-oriented alternative to a traditional, solely theoretical education and, on the other hand, to test the capacity of students and interns in an environment which is as realistic as possible.

    Therefore, it is both a game in which teams compete in order to achieve a common, economic objective, and, simultaneously, a model that simulates the realities of business and the market which it addresses.

    The Rome Business Game allows participants to interact in a truly multicultural environment, working in English and developing managerial and technical skills which are extremely important in todays competitive international job market. Managers of our partner companies will present practical business cases to the participants who, divided into teams, have to propose a project (launch of a new product, innovative marketing campaign, practical solution(s) to a company-wide problems, etc.). The winning team has the possibility of an interview with a human resources manager of one of our partner companies or even an internship.

    Participants are divided into two categories:

    The Junior category is open to undergrad/Bachelor students and those in the first year of their Master s while the Expert category is for those about to graduate or that have already graduated.

    The RomeBG is strongly recommended for students of: economics, business administration, management engineering, computer engineering, marketing, polytechnic universities.

    The selected participants are divided into teams who will compete against each other to present the best idea. Each day of the 4-day long Festival will be dedicated to one of our partner companies and to their specific challenge. The teams will work on the case study and, at the end of the day, present their project to our panel of judges (representatives of the company) who will then declare the winner.

    It is a unique opportunity for the participants as they work in close contact with experts and representatives from major international companies, to get noticed, and to win an interview with the head of Human Resources from one of our partner companies.

    FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE APPLICATION PROCEDURES, FEES AND SCHOLARSHIPS CLICK HERE





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    Saint Joseph’s University #online #mba, #online #master’s #of #business, #master’s #of #business, #master’s #business,

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    Welcome to Philadelphia s top-ranked Erivan K. Haub School of Business. MBA Program. Our uniquely flexible graduate business program is focused on you and your career, combining strategic leadership skills with relevant functional expertise. By integrating creative thinking, effective communication, project management, and technology applications into a relevant business context, this program provides the foundation you need to effectively succeed and distinguish yourself in your field, your organization, and your industry.

    Click below to learn about our MBA Direct Admissions Program with Ursinus College.

    Saint Joseph s University offers you the flexibility of an evening program at our convenient Philadelphia Main Campus location. We also offer a Fully Online program with no residency requirement. You can choose to customize your schedule by blending online and on campus options. You can also expect the same tuition rate for on campus and online courses. What s more, our staff, faculty, and students are united in the Jesuit ideal of cura personalis, care for the whole person, and are dedicated to helping you succeed in the classroom as well as in life.

    The Haub School is AACSB-accredited in Business and Accounting less than 5% of business schools worldwide meet this dual standard of excellence.

    U.S.News World Report, Princeton Review, and Business Week have all ranked the Haub School as one of the nation s top graduate business schools.

    Saint Joseph’s University is one of only 142 schools nationwide with a Phi Beta Kappa chapter and AACSB business school accreditation, and has been recognized by Beta Gamma Sigma for five consecutive years with Outstanding Chapter Awards, including the 2010 Gold Chapter Award.





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    Global Business Experience – International Consulting Projects #catering #business

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    Combines a challenging business core and a liberal arts curriculum focused on reasoning and critical thinking skills

    Master of Science in Finance

    Deepen financial acumen through an innovative online program

    The Georgetown McDonough MBA Programs provide a general management degree with a global view to both full-time and working professional students.

    Executive Master s in Leadership

    Learn organizational leadership and management strategy to become a change agent

    Study MBA fundamentals in a format that matches the life of a fast-paced executive

    The world is the classroom for this immersion into business, geopolitics, policy, and regulation

    Master of Arts in International Business and Policy

    Better understand the business frameworks and socio-political and economic issues that affect doing business around the world.

    Gain business and management skills needed to flourish in the international economy

    Global Business Experience – International Consulting Projects

    “Many classes explore the possibility of offering advice to corporations abroad, but the Global Business Experience class offers a higher level of learning that
    can only be reached when formulating and presenting your consultation to company executives.”
    William Dean
    (B ’16)

    “My consulting project for 3M in Peru sharpened my skills in market research and segmentation analysis. I also connected with influential South American Executives who helped me advance my career.”
    Marcela Giraldo
    (Full-time MBA ’15)

    “The most important fact my project has taught me is that an understanding of a countries cultural attitudes and historical background will unlock the mysteries of business in that country. This will help guide me in choices I make in the coming years as I do business in India, Iran and China.”
    Alidad Arabshahi
    (EMBA ’16)

    Working in small teams, students partner with executives from multinational organizations to address complex business challenges. Prior to the trips, students collaborate remotely for several months. Then, they spend one week in the client’s country to present their final recommendations to the organization’s leadership. Full-time MBA students take the trip during the spring semester, and evening program students travel during the summer.

    “Over the more than six months that we worked on the project, we were in regular communication with our host company in Seoul. Our hard work was validated when senior executives endorsed our findings and suggested that our recommendations would be incorporated into their Korean business plan.”
    Caroline Decker
    (EMBA ’16)

    “Like in any country, doing business in India requires an understanding of its unique culture and society. The valuable experience gained from a week of living and working in Mumbai helped our team to deliver even more value to our client.”
    Jeffrey Heo
    (Full-time MBA ’15)

    “My project with Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts was truly a transformative experience. It was exciting to work on a global brand and travel to
    Hong Kong, and it also provided a real-world opportunity to learn about the Chinese consumer market.”
    Amanda Bagwill
    (Evening MBA ’15)

    In 2015, Georgetown McDonough’s Global Business Experience sent our students to four continents to consult on 98 projects in various areas, including market entry, market development, communications, innovation strategy, competitive strategy, and global growth strategy.

    Full-Time MBA :
    Brazil, China, India, South Africa, Spain, United Arab Emirates – 47 projects

    Evening Program MBA :
    Hong Kong, Italy, Turkey – 24 projects

    Executive MBA :
    South Korea – 7 projects

    Executive Master’s in Leadership :
    South Africa – 7 projects

    Master of Science in Finance :
    South Africa – 7 projects

    Undergraduate Program :
    Spain – 6 projects

    In the last 15 years, student teams have traveled to Prague, Rome, Buenos Aires, Lima, São Paulo, Tel Aviv, Istanbul, Beijing, Delhi, and Cape Town, among many other cities, working for clients ranging from small entrepreneurial companies to global enterprises, from public- to private-sector institutions, and from local to international corporations.

    The experience doesn’t end with the trip abroad. After returning to campus, students collaborate to create a picture of how industries operate around the world. The students share their projects with their peers during a Global Business Conference.

    Georgetown McDonough School of Business Faculty-Led Research Centers

    The research entities at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business leverage their location in Washington, D.C. to study the intersection of business and public policy, international affairs, financial markets and policy, and markets and ethics. Georgetown McDonough faculty members excel at solving critical business issues and defining best practices across a range of industries that will transform the world of business.

    ABOUT GEORGETOWN MCDONOUGH EXECUTIVE DEGREE PROGRAMS

    Georgetown University’s McDonough Business School offers world-class executive degrees, including the Executive MBA, Executive Master’s in Leadership, the Georgetown-ESADE Global Executive MBA, Corporate International Master’s and the Master of Science in Finance. Curricula focus on business, leadership and strategy from a global perspective. Georgetown McDonough executive degree programs help shape world leaders, who benefit from a distinguished educational experience at one of the world’s top business schools.

    About Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business

    Founded in 1957, Georgetown McDonough is home to some 1,400 undergraduates, 1,000 MBA students, and 1,200 participants in executive degree and open enrollment programs.

    The MBA Career Center offers a variety of career services to current MBA students and alumni. They provide students career guidance through career courses, career counseling, and hosting recruiting on campus, ultimately resulting in students securing the MBA internships and job placements they are seeking. Whether entering business school to learn how to change jobs, to advance within a particular industry, or to become an entrepreneur, Georgetown MBA students are prepared to achieve their career goals.





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    An immediate return on investment: The Berkeley MFE Program’s personalized career services boast an unmatched track record of helping students secure top jobs. Read More

    The Berkeley MFE curriculum prepares students from all backgrounds to work as financial engineers immediately after graduation. Read More

    The Haas School’s resources, deep ties to global firms, and dual MBA/MFE alumni network provide you with the connections you need to launch the next stage of your career. Read More

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    Master of Financial Engineering Program

    Haas School of Business

    The Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering Program, a STEM designated degree, prepares you with the knowledge and skills for a career in the finance/fintech industry. In one year, you will be ready to take a leading role in a fast-growing field that demands individuals who can apply their education and skills at the cutting edge of finance in investment banks, commercial banks, and other firms around the world.

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