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MBA Fellows Program

MBA Fellows play an integral role in the Center’s activities throughout the school year by participating in the MBA Fellows Project, hosting and or interviewing CGBG guest speakers (Killingstad Global Insights Series and Special Events) and providing valuable feedback on programs.

The CGBG team invites the Class of 2016 to apply to be an MBA Fellow with the Center for Global Business and Government. 

The 2015-16 Fellows Project

The Project involves working with the Center’s Senior Fellows and global leaders in the private and public sectors, to explore and analyze the context and the issues that arise at the intersection of business and government. Fellows will work in groups to create a body of research that will illuminate the key issues faced by global business leaders, particularly as these leaders conceive and execute their strategies and interactions with governments. The work of the Fellows will take place over the three academic terms and will earn one full course credit as an independent study project.

Project deliverables:

Hosting Killingstad talks and other Special Events could involve any of the following activities.

You will be encouraged to help with at least one visit throughout the year.

Before applying, please consider these requirements of the project:

 

Past Fellows and Projects