GLOBAL CONSULTING PRACTICUM
The Global Consulting Practicum(GCP) affords students the opportunity to collaborate with the world’s top business school: the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Through the GCP, five GMBA students will be paired with five students from the Wharton School. Together, the team will be given a real client and undertake a real consulting project under the guidance and counsel of five top business executives from the United States. This highly intensive program provides an in-depth initiation into to the world of consulting and allows students to learn from some of the world’s most influential academics.
Content: During the GCP, students will learn to collaborate with geographically disparate clients and team members while performing research and analysis to address the needs of their client. The final culmination of the 6-month GCP is a trip to the United States to deliver a final presentation in which the team will present their findings and actionable recommendations to their client.
Duration: One academic year
Application Procedure: CVs of applicants are required. Qualified applicants will be invited to interview, of which five will be selected for the team.
Expenses: Most of the costs are covered. Students have to pay their personal expenses. For more information on GCP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
ASIAN BUSINESS CONSULTING PROGRAM
The Asian Business Consulting(ABC) program is collaborative effort developed by the KAIST College of Business (Korea), the Prasetiya Mulya Business School (Indonesia), and National Taiwan University. This program is designed to provide students from these three institutions an opportunity to explore the culture, business environment, industry, and select companies in Asia.
Content: Multinational teams of six students (two students per team from each participating school) will study managerial issues with an emphasis on the Asia-Pacific region. The teams are given a real client with a specific issue to research. The practicum concludes with a team trip to finalize their research, meet with the client company, and produce a business case report. The location of the trip rotates annually among the three host countries. Years hosted by NTU will not require GMBA students to travel.
Duration: One Semester
Application Procedure: CVs of applicants are required once the course is announced. Qualified applicants may be invited to interview, of which twelve will be selected.
Expenses: Accommodations are covered by the host schools. Students are required to pay their travel and personal expenses.