Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Esade signs strategic alliance with Georgetown

The business school ESADE has signed a partnership venture with the American University ofGeorgetown in Washington, which thus becomes the reference partner in the U.S.

Also, to ESADE this is the first major agreement in its globalization strategy, which has become one of the two pillars of growth, the other is the innovation, the new stage of the business school began with the appointment of Eugènia Bieto as CEO. Bieto confirmed that the next steps will be aimed at reinforcing in Brazil and India, in line with strategic partnerships.

Georgetown, located near the White House has a highly regarded programs of geopolitics and international relations, and has in the cloister with Madeleine Albreight, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. It should be noted the presence of Javier Solana Esade as president of the Center for Global Economy and Geopolitics of ESADE.

Georgetown is the oldest Jesuit university in the world (founded in 1798), a network of hundreds of universities to which also belongs Esade. In addition to the current Global Executive MBA offered jointly, ESADE and Georgetown expand joint programs. In collaborative research, have announced the creation, between ESADE and Georgetown School of Business, the McDonough School of Business, a research center on global business management. Also look for the "organizational synergy", explained yesterday at ESADE. "It is an alliance for mutual strengthening," said the dean of ESADE, Alfons Sauquet. Link

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