Brandeis International Business School

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Brandeis IBS Centers, Institutes and Initiatives

Bringing students together with world leaders to engage topics of global importance
“The centers and institutes connect the academic rigor of the school with the world of professional practice in the global economy.”

Kathryn Graddy Kathryn Graddy, Dean, Brandeis International Business School

Global Connections

Connect with scholars, students and global business leaders to gain a better understanding of politics, culture and economics in a technologically sophisticated economy.

Experiential Learning Opportunities

Participate in invaluable out-of-classroom experiences supported by the centers that allow our students to network with our alumni and with corporate executives.

Thought Leadership

Work with world-renowned faculty to do ground-breaking research that defines Brandeis IBS as a preeminent business school of the 21st century.

Financial Support

Some centers offer support for summer internships, summer research and travel to academic conferences. Learn more about these opportunities by exploring the centers and initiatives below.

Global Initiatives

  • China

    Promotes strong ties with regional alumni and friends through academic partnerships, programming and engagement.

  • Israel

    Serves as a key pillar to connect the Massachusetts-Israel innovation ecosystem, driving academic, corporate and societal collaborations.

  • India

    Facilitates innovation, promotes entrepreneurship-driven growth and champions critical relationships in the corporate and academic arenas.

  • Latin America

    Builds alliances in the region across business, academia and government.

Past Events

Brandeis IBS brings to campus some of the world's foremost leaders in academics, business and government.

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Advance: Discover the Secrets to Early Career Success

A workshop to help solve the challenges that affect those about to enter the workforce

Lior Div of Cybereason, Brandeis President Ronald Liebowitz, Udi Mokady of CyberArk

Asper Award

School honors two cybersecurity CEOs and releases report on the impact of cybersecurity firms on Massachusetts economy

group of female leaders with former IBS dean Peter Petri, current IBS dean Kathryn Graddy, and professor Andy Molinsky

Accelerating Women’s Careers Through Research & Role Modeling

Women in the workplace address the unique barriers to success for female professionals

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Brandeis FinTech Day

A FinTech disruption panel and virtual career sessions with representatives of local FinTech companies

Contact

For more information about the work of Centers and Initiatives, please contact Barbara Cassidy, Associate Director, Centers and Initiatives and External Relations.

Email: barbarac@brandeis.edu
Phone: 781-736-8351