Learn how to obtain a global business career in Asia/Pacific Rim
What: Portland State University’s Master of International Management (MIM) program in the School of Business Administration will be hosting an Information Session for the Fall 2007 recruiting season. The MIM is a unique graduate business program that positions students for growing careers in global business, specifically focusing on the growing markets of Asia and the Pacific Rim. The session will give information on the program, financial aid options and the chance to speak with recent local alumni.
When: Thursday, January 25, 2007, at 6 p.m.
Where: PSU School of Business Administration, Room 550 (Corner of SW Sixth and SW Harrison).
Cost: Information sessions are free and open to the public.
Contact: For more information please contact the MIM office at503-725-2272 or visit www.mim.pdx.edu.
Background: The Portland State Master of International Management (MIM) program provides students with international as well as general business skills, proficiency in a foreign language and an understanding of political and economic environments in which global business leaders work. Additionally, the MIM program strives to create a strong cross-cultural learning community among its diverse student body through a cohort structure and team-building activities, resulting in relationships that endure far beyond graduation.
The School of Business Administration (SBA) at Portland State University is a key player in the region's economic future. Located in downtown Portland in the state's economic center, the SBA is the largest business school in the Pacific Northwest, with 400 graduate and 3,000 undergraduate students studying business each year. The traditions include a commitment to innovation and change, a student body distinguished by its professional experience and intelligence, a faculty committed to academic excellence and strong ties to the surrounding business community.
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