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TUM School of Management joins the Global Business School Network (GBSN)

TUM School of Management is proud to announce the new membership in the Global Business School network (GBSN). Next to renowned universities, such as the Massachussets Institute of Technology (MIT) and the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, TUM School of Management is in good company in the association that fosters cross-border networking, knowledge sharing and collaboration both within the membership and the broader business education and development communities.

GBSN was founded in 2003, as the result of an initiative launched by Guy Pfeffermann, former Chief Economist of the World Bank Group’s International Finance Corporation and contains 74 universities from 36 countries.

The GBSN network provides renowned business schools in developed as well as developing countries with opportunities to accumulate and share ideas, resources as well as best practices and to build mutual partnerships, exchange expertise and experiences and to share innovative approaches, trends, and best practices. This exchange benefits all GBSN partner schools. The members contribute their specific strengths to GBSN’s programs, promoting international cooperation and exchange.

Prof. Dr. Gunther Friedl, Dean of TUM School of Management: “According to our mission, we would like to contribute to the grand societal challenges and educate responsible talents both in the developed and developing world. In this sense it would be an honor to contribute to GBSN and share its vision: For the developing world to have the management talent it needs to generate prosperity.”

Read the entire announcement here.

 

 

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