samedi 24 avril 2010

Etats-Unis: Des étudiants MBA choisissent Israël

Des étudaints du MBA de l'Université d'Indiana visitent Better Place dans le cadre du programme de la Kelley School of Business (classée parmi les 15 premières américaines par Newsweek).

Israel is home to some of the world's hottest companies like electric car pioneer Better Place and Teva, the largest generic drug manufacturer in the world. What makes the Israeli business heart tick? And what's the cultural and political driving force behind its entrepreneurs and business leaders? Twenty-six MBA students from Indiana University (IU) came to Israel this month to get the answers.

The 11-day Israel trip was part of their coursework for Kelley International Perspectives (KIP) Israel 2010, at the Kelley School of Business. Global treks as part of the curriculum were initiated about 10 years ago in a student-designed and student-driven program at IU's Kelley School of Business. Ever since, the prestigious business school, voted a top 15 in America by Newsweek, has offered its students a variety of foreign fieldwork courses.
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