Babson Launches Global Entrepreneurship Program

The F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College recently announced the official launch of The Global Entrepreneurship Program (GEP) – the world’s first global masters program provided by three institutions in entrepreneurship.

GEP grants a master of science in management degree with a concentration in global entrepreneurship, earned in 12 months on three continents in partnership with EMYLON Business School in France and Zhejiang University’s School of Management in China.

The program places great emphasis on the interaction of the theoretical and practical aspects of entrepreneurial management in a global environment. A mixture of case studies, lectures, coaching sessions, group projects, and cultural events ensure a rigorous and complete learning experience.

GEP is fully taught in English, and students will also work on a semester-long consulting project for a local company with students from other countries, reinforcing teamwork on a global level.

“GEP aligns perfectly with the Babson mission to bring Entrepreneurial thought and action to the world,” says Babson’s Graduate School Dean Raghu Tadepalli, “Targeted toward recent business school undergraduates, GEP begins this transformation””shaping some of the world’s best business students into entrepreneurial-minded leaders ready to address global business, environmental, and social issues.”

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