Tuck Learning Expedition - India 2012

Stephanie B. - Admissions, December 10, 2012 | 0 comments
Tags: global, Research Centers & Initiatives, Learning Expedition


Ten Tuck students are sharing their experiences through the Center for Global Business and Government’s blog, dedicated to the trip. The following, excerpted from the "About" page, explains Learning Expeditions at Tuck:

Learning Expeditions are half-term elective courses that combine pre-travel readings and company research with in-the-field international business exposure and networking.

The trips are led by a member of the Tuck faculty, and this trip is led by Anant Sundaram, Visiting Professor of Business Administration.

Benefits of LEs include:

· Access to the people and organizations shaping the global business environment
· Cultural experiences carefully designed by local experts
· Opportunity to gain a global business perspective








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