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India International Experience 2016: A Highlight of the MBA Journey

April 20, 2016

In line with its global-focused philosophy, Yale School of Management runs an incredible program called the International Experience. Having signed up for the India program, I was able to spend three months rigorously preparing for the trip by studying diverse historical, cultural, and business...

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Japan International Experience 2016: The Shinkansen Waits for No One

April 15, 2016

In March, Yale MBA students traveled to various locations as part of the International Experience course. The course begins with a half semester of classroom study and culminates with a 10-day trip to one or more business capitals. Chris Wearn '17 reflects on the International Experience to Japan.

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Discovering China’s Business and Society on the International Experience

March 29, 2016

On the International Experience trip to Beijing and Shanghai this month, we visited various companies and organizations, including tech startups and large government think tanks, as well as significant cultural sites. A unifying theme we saw throughout the trip was the dichotomy and balance...

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International Experience Course in Brazil 2014

March 23, 2014

In the mid-1980s Brazil was emerging from military dictatorship into an uncertain future.  The Brazilian philosopher Roberto Unger characterized this transition as a time of both “paralyzing confusion” and “transformative opportunity” (Unger 1987, 69).  The sheer scale of change required was simultaneously daunting and liberating.  

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