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EGADE Students Participate in Global Study and Networking Week
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EGADE Business School offers two courses in the latest edition of the Global Network for Advanced Management program.

By JOSÉ ÁNGEL DE LA PAZ | EGADE BUSINESS SCHOOL

Eighty students from EGADE Business School - Tecnológico de Monterrey participated in 16 of the 18 courses that comprised the March 2022 online edition of the Global Network Week.

The courses were offered from March 14 to 18 by various Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM) member schools.

The EGADE Business School participants are students from the programs EGADE MBA, EGADE - UNC Charlotte MBA in Global Business & Strategy and Master in Business Management.

For its part, EGADE Business School welcomed 35 international students from schools in Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, USA, India, Indonesia, Peru, and Turkey, in the two courses it offered in this edition of Global Network Week:

COMMENTS ON THE EGADE COURSE EXPERIENCE

“Over several days of learning, I truly appreciated all the knowledge and discussions shared by my professors and classmates on Marketing Strategy. They offered many helpful, insightful ideas and comments. I am enjoying this week’s entire process, enhanced by perfect arrangements. I would love to visit EGADE one day.” Ying Niu, Renmin Business School, University of China.

“Global Network Week at EGADE has allowed me to increase my knowledge and expand my horizons, thereby contributing to my enrichment. It's an amazing opportunity to learn new and different perspectives, grow our experience, and enhance our vision.” Rodrigo Ordóñez, EGADE Business School

“Working with such talented people during Global Network Week made me realize that if the world worked together, we would unleash our greatest potential and witness unparalleled growth.” José Miguel Santa Ana, EGADE Business School.

The Global Network Week program takes place four times a year and is one of the main initiatives of GNAM, a network made up of the top 32 business schools in the world, including EGADE Business School.

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