Chandigarh : SVKM’S NMIMS Chandigarh campus successfully organised the ‘SEED Business Masters Conclave’ at its University campus. The event provided an exclusive opportunity to third and fourth-year NMIMS students and recent NMIMS alumni aspiring to pursue a Master’s in Business Administration program in the United States of America and Europe to interact with notable senior delegates from top-ranked global universities and explore career opportunities abroad.
Senior delegates from top-ranked global institutions, namely, Dr. Shivraj Kanungo, Vice-
Dean, George Washington University School of Business; Ms. Christine Gozdziak,
Assistant Dean of International Partnerships, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, GIES
College of Business; Dr. Arman Davtyan, Assistant Dean, Pepperdine University,
Graziadio Business School; Ms. Amanda Barth, Assistant Dean, William & Mary, Raymond A. Mason School of Business; Ms. Richa Agrawal, Country Manager, Bocconi University, graced the NMIMS Chandigarh campus and enlightened aspiring students about the diverse programs and opportunities provided at their eminent institutions.
The informative event turned out to be an important platform for students to interact in person with the globally acclaimed delegates. They received an insightful deep dive into the programs that could potentially transform their careers. The speakers further shared information about scholarships and financing opportunities available to aspiring students willing to pursue a Master’s education abroad. Students were also provided with the best strategies to secure admission to the university of their choice.
The ‘SEED Business Masters Conclave’ was an initiative in NMIMS’ commitment to provide a global outlook to its students and broaden their perspectives. Events of prominence like the Business Conclave are components of the all-encompassing education experience provided at NMIMS.
Dr. Jaskiran Kaur, Campus Director, NMIMS Chandigarh, said, “The ‘SEED Business Masters Conclave provided an opportunity for NMIMS Chandigarh students to discover global business management education avenues. The Conclave was a platform for management students to interact with global luminaries and gain an international perspective.”
Shivraj Kanungo, Vice Dean, Graduate Programs, George Washington University School of Business, said, “At the George Washington University School of Business, we have a truly welcoming global campus with a learner base of 2,70,000 students. The landscape of undergraduate education is transforming and we at GWSB welcome students and provide them a chance to customise their undergraduate education.”
Richa Agrawal, Country Manager, Bocconi University, Milan, Italy, said, “Bocconi University is the pioneer of digital programs in Economics, Finance and Business Management education. We are a vibrant campus and welcome students from all over the globe. Seventy per cent of the students at our university are international students. We are ranked 3rd amongst top universities in Europe and among the top 10 across the globe.”
Amanda Barth, Associate Dean of Graduate Admissions and Recruitment at William and Mary School of Business, University of Illinois, said, “William and Mary School of Business, University of Illinois, is considered as one of eight original Ivy League Schools in the United States. With our rich history and legacy, we welcome students to explore our specialised Masters of Accountancy and Masters of Science of Business Analytics programs.”