Yale’s Global Network for Advanced Management

Yale School of Management Dean Edward “Ted Snyder has persuaded a large number of business schools around the world to join a unique network in an attempt to redefine how globalization is taught in MBA programs. He smartly used the convening power of the Yale University brand to corral schools in all the far-flung reaches of the world, including Brazil, Chile, Ghana, and Vietnam to participate in a network to share research, teaching materials, faculty and ultimately graduates through a new innovative one-year degree program called the Master of Advanced Management.

As of Feb. 8, 2012, Yale has 16 confirmed members of its new global network and is currently speaking with four more schools. Here are the member schools that are already are confirmed are likely to sign up soon:


Schools Country
INSEAD France & Singapore
National University of Singapore Singapore
Asian Institute of Management Philippines
University of Cape Town South Africa
Pontificia Universidad Catolica Chile
University of Dublin (Smurfit) Ireland
Fudan University China
Fundacao Getulio Vargas Brazil
Hitotsubashi University Japan
Indian Institute of Management-Bangalore India
Universitas Indonesia Indonesia
Koc University Turkey
Kozminski University Poland
London School of Economics U.K.
Univerisity of Peking (Guanghua) China
Renmin University China
Seoul National University South Korea
Technion Israel
Tsinghua University China
University of Ghana Ghana
Vietnam National University Vietnam


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