Brandeis IBS grounds its approach in the philosophy that, through providing students and alumni with the intellectual tools and cultural environment to succeed in a global business environment, they will be “World Ready.”
How does someone become “World Ready?”
Brandeis IBS will answer that question for prospective students at its Spring 2014 Open House on Feb. 1 at 9:30 A.M. in Lemberg Academic Center.
Attendees will first have the opportunity to network with current students, posing questions ranging from academic coursework to student life. Brandeis IBS staff and faculty will also be on hand to conduct tours and answer additional questions related to campus life.
After a welcome from Brandeis IBS Dean Bruce Magid, prospective students will attend smaller, more intimate “breakout” sessions that are tailored to their program interests.
Attendees will be able to consult, here, with the program directors for the Master of Arts in International Economics and Finance (MA), Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Science in Finance (MSF) programs.
Prospective students will also have the opportunity to discuss the unique assortment of nine specializations. Brandeis IBS specializations give students the opportunity to develop specific skill sets in areas of expertise that are of great value to employers. Representatives will be on hand to speak in-depth about the distinctive opportunities in areas ranging from data analytics to sustainability.
Alumni and career development staff will conclude the Open House with a panel designed to answer prospective students’ questions regarding career options and employment opportunities.
RSVP here to attend the Open House on Feb. 1 and learn more about how you can take your first step to becoming “World Ready.”