The great Winston Churchill once observed that he liked learning but hated being taught. Similarly many colleagues facing an internationally diverse group may like teaching them but hate having to translate and interpret at the same time as teaching their module. Most business schools now have some form of student exchange program in place, which means the adjective ‘international’ can be employed liberally in all their communication towards prospective students : are they therefore “international business schools”?
Author: Phil Eyre
Source: MBA Channel
Subject: International MBA Issues