Academic journal article Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies

The Trilateral Mba: An Approach to International Exchange of Students

Academic journal article Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies

The Trilateral Mba: An Approach to International Exchange of Students

Article excerpt

INSTRUCTOR NOTES

CASE DESCRIPTION

The primary subject matter of this case is the development and implementation of a joint graduate program involving schools from multiple countries. Secondary issues examined include funding, business models, and evaluation of joint international programs. An innovative MBA program involving students and universities from three North American countries is presented. Other issues include the adapting of curriculum and using funding sources for these types of programs. Students reading the case are faced with a critical decision at the end of the case including whether the joint international program can continue and in what format.

The case has a difficulty level of five, appropriate for first year graduate level or above. The case is designed to be taught in one hour following appropriate introduction of the key issues involved. The case is expected to involve one hour of student preparation.

CASE SYNOPSIS

The face of internationalization of universities is changing. Students are opting for more programs where they earn a degree at an international institution. Universities are adopting new and innovative programs to retain high achieving students who have the ambition and drive to study outside of the U. …

Search by... Author
Show... All Results Primary Sources Peer-reviewed

Oops!

An unknown error has occurred. Please click the button below to reload the page. If the problem persists, please try again in a little while.