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Benefits of a multi-city learning model for MBA students – Dr Balakrishna Grandhi writes in Higher Education Digest

 

What is a multi-city education program, and how does it help address global industry challenges? Dr Balakrishna Grandhi (Professor of Marketing & Strategy and Dean of Global MBA & Master of Global Business at SP Jain School of Global Management) shares his insights in an article published in Higher Education Digest, an independent higher education portal.

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“At a time when companies are looking for graduates with a global mindset to add value to their organisation, a multi-city model has more relevance than ever. An MBA program taught using a multi-city model provides students with a chance to expand their knowledge beyond regional focus and gain a global outlook,” writes Dr Grandhi.

To read the full article, please click here.

 

 

About the Author:

Vaidyanathan Jayaraman

Dr Balakrishna Grandhi

(Professor of Marketing & Strategy and Dean of Global MBA & Master of Global Business at SP Jain School of Global Management)

 

 

 

 

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