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Imperial College Business School joins PIM global business school alliance
Imperial College Business School has been selected to join the Partnership in International Management (PIM) alliance by a group of its peers.
Launched in 1973 by three leading business schools, HEC Paris, New York University and London Business School, PIM promotes and facilitates international cooperation in business education through joint programs, research projects, global exchange of faculty and enabling students to spend a term studying abroad.
Today, PIM has grown into a global consortium with more than 60 partner institutions. Each school is selected on the basis of academic merit, representing the highest degree of excellence in business administration, leadership and management. Existing members include ESADE business school in Spain, the University of Warwick business school in the UK and Chicago Booth in the US, to name a few.
Imperial College Business School has built a strong reputation for internationalisation, reflected through its highly diverse faculty and student body, and through study initiatives such as the ‘Global Experience Week’, where students can experience the social and cultural dynamics of business in other countries first-hand. A global perspective is encouraged in all programmes including the Full-Time MBA where the Global Experience week is a capstone unit.
Joining the PIM partnership will extend the School’s global outlook by enabling students to gain further international exposure through study opportunities at PIM’s partner schools.
Paolo Taticchi, Director of Global Initiatives, says;
“It is the Business School’s aim to drive global business and social transformation. Joining the consortium is another step in strengthening our ability to provide a number of opportunities to our students as part of their development to becoming the world’s future leaders of business and society. I look forward to leveraging the PIM network to deliver a richer global experience for our students and partner organisations.”