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Category = Economics // Subcategory = Education_Universities

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1. Bentley University Graduate School of Business
     You're building your career at a time of rapid change, accelerated innovation, intense globalization, and profound demographic shifts. Success depends on how quickly you can identify and evaluate trends, adapt to new cultures, and craft creative approaches to stakeholders, products, services and social contexts.
     These new challenges require new preparation. The Bentley MBA goes beyond the traditional classroom setting. We've created a powerful studio model for a select group of highly motivated men and women. The 11-month, full-time, cohort-based program puts special emphasis on honing your individual leadership style.

2. Ecole Polytechnique - Departement d Economie
     La formation en Sciences economiques a l'Ecole doit repondre aux attentes multiples d'une population d'eleves ayant des projets professionnels heterogenes. De nombreux eleves se destinant a des postes de responsabilites en tant qu'ingenieurs dans le monde industriel, ont besoin d'une part, d'une initiation solide aux principes generaux et aux methodes d'analyse de la discipline, et d'autre part, de pouvoir beneficier d'enseignements plus appliques, centres sur le monde de l'entreprise et son environnement. Une proportion grandissante des emplois offerts aux eleves a la sortie, ou peu apres la sortie de l'Ecole (environ 40% a l'heure actuelle), a trait a des metiers "economiques"ou"paraeconomiques", notamment dans des institutions financieres ou bancaires, nationales ou internationales. L'objectif du cursus offert est de permettre aux eleves concernes d'acquerir une maitrise generale, aussi complete que possible, des methodes de base des Sciences economiques et de leurs diverses applications, afin qu'ils puissent s'engager dans ces metiers avec efficacite, sans pour autant devenir des "economistes professionnels".

3. George Washington University - School of Business
   That may sound like a pretty bold statement, but at the George Washington University School of Business (GWSB), we are deeply passionate about using our business education and experiences to serve the world.
   We believe it's time for business to re-embed itself in global society to create positive, sustainable change. And we believe there is no business school better positioned to lead this movement than the George Washington University School of Business.

4. Harvard Business School
     For more than a century, our faculty have drawn on their passion for teaching, their experience in working with organizations worldwide, and the insights gained from their research to educate generations of leaders who have shaped the practice of business in every industry and in every country around the world.

5. Kyoto University - Graduate School of Economics
     Since 1989, the Faculty's reorganization has been directed toward an emphasis on a graduate school that is characterized by internationalization and focuses on the information age. The heightened emphasis on graduate education became possible through a shift of the official status of faculty members from undergraduate toward graduate programs. In addition, four Divisions of Study were created under which 11 concentrations of study (dai-kouza) were included. The number of students was set at 82 in the Master's program and 41 in the Doctoral program. To make possible the internationalization of the Graduate School, the curriculum introduced foreign language readings on economics in languages such as Spanish and Korean. The total number of international students increased from 13 in 1979 to 190 in 1999. In addition, Japanese returnees from overseas became eligible for admission.
     Internationalization was promoted by inviting international scholars to conferences and symposia organized by faculty members, and by increasing the numbers of students and professors going to study abroad. In addition, international exchange programs were officially established with more than 50 schools overseas.

6. London Business School
About the School
Five reasons to choose London Business School
1. One of the world's top business schools.
2. Based in the heart of the world's pre-eminent city for business.
3. A truly global perspective with students from over 130 countries.
4. The finest teaching available from our world-class faculty.
5. Real career impact. See how London Business School can transform your career

7. MIT Economics
     The MIT Economics Department today is a vibrant collection of faculty and students. The Department’s distinguished scholars have received numerous awards, including four Nobel Prizes (Peter Diamond, the late Paul Samuelson, Robert Solow, and the late Franco Modigliani), and many are Fellows of the National Academy of Sciences, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the Econometric Society. Many faculty members have served in various elected offices of the American Economic Association and the Econometric Society.
     The Department offers exceptional opportunities for undergraduate and graduate study and research. The MIT Economics Department is one of the world’s preeminent economic research and teaching institutions. It is one of the leaders, if not the leader, in graduate training, and it offers the most rigorous undergraduate economics education at any U.S. college or university. The Department is intellectually healthy. New ideas and new directions in economic research are being developed and pursued with vigor. The faculty is strong. Both undergraduate and graduate students are actively engaged in learning and research. The Department attracts a very large undergraduate student enrollment. During the 2009-2010 academic year, 2072 undergraduates enrolled in economics courses, 143 undergraduates were majoring in economics, 114 were minoring in economics, and another 293 took economics as a concentration. Many undergraduate majors, as well as students from other departments at MIT, participated in research projects supervised by the economics faculty.

8. MIT Sloan School of Management
     The MIT Sloan School of Management, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is one of the world's leading business schools — conducting cutting-edge research and providing management education to top students from more than 60 countries. The School is part of MIT's rich intellectual tradition of education and research.
     MIT Sloan creates value with purpose through management education that develops better leaders to responsibly manage the world’s need for innovation, knowledge creation that drives innovation through unprecedented transformations in business and society, and real-world engagement that turns innovative ideas into practical solutions to the world’s problems.

9. University of Alberta - School of Business
     The Alberta School of Business at the University of Alberta is comprised of four departments that cover all aspects of business and management. The departments also participate with conferences.  

10. University of California Berkeley - Haas School of Business
     As the second-oldest business school in the United States, the Haas School of Business at the University of California Berkeley is one of the world's leading producers of new ideas and knowledge in all areas of business - which includes the distinction of having two of its faculty members receive the Nobel Prize in Economics over the past 15 years.
     The school offers outstanding management education to about 2,200 undergraduate and graduate students each year who come from around the world to study in one of its six degree-granting programs. The school has 36,000 alumni.

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