Strathmore Business School is the first Kenyan business School to join the prestigious global network of the world’s top universities committed to educating global leaders and bridging the worlds of culture and economics through sustainable learning.
The rate of internationalization is increasing rapidly especially with unhindered communication channels. Universities across the world are already seeking to make the most of the possibilities this presents by forming global partnerships and fostering relationships with other academic bodies and institutions.
Strathmore University Business School Executive Dean, Dr. George Njenga, represented the business school in the 15th GNAM (Global Network for Advanced Management) meeting between directors of member institutions that took place in Sao Paulo Brazil. GNAM is an alliance of 30 globally renown business schools around the world, whose goal is creating opportunities for students’ talents to engage in innovative exchange options.
Discussions during the meeting focused on the future potential partnerships between member institutions, open sessions for new ideas, best practices for entrepreneurship teaching and research among other topics.
The ability to scrutinize, debate and share experience is essential for academic and scientific accomplishment. Constructively challenging accepted opinions and ideas is central to their development, and international collaborations help to facilitate this. For more on GNAM click here.