Tag Archives: Brazil

Giacomo Summa on the value of MIT Sloan’s Master of Science in Management Studies Program

Being a student in MIT Sloan’s Master of Science in Management Studies (MSMS) Program is a bit like being a kid in a candy store. There are so many course offerings available within your area of study that it can be very difficult to choose which ones to take. Launched in 2009, the MSMS Program […]

From potential to reality: MIT Latin American Conference focuses on economic development

A great way to measure the success of an event is the educational value of its content. Based on that, our recent MIT Latin American Conference was a huge success. Not only did our speakers openly discuss sensitive topics such as the need for democracy and security, but participants were amazed by how much they […]

Preparing MBAs for the global economy

Our global economy calls for managers with a global business education. A solid foundation in management theory must be accompanied not only by practical applications of that knowledge, but also by a deep understanding of the cultures and economies in other regions, exposure to students, faculty and experts from around the world, and opportunities to […]