We invite specialists, middle- and top-managers to attend a unique event about MBA education - MBA25 in Dushanbe.
If you are choosing your future business school or looking for a career boost, you will get the most of MBA25 event.
MBA25 is an opportunity to meet personally
with Admission directors of world’s TOP-25 business schools
, successful alumni and speakers from the best companies in Tajikistan.
You will not only get information about education but also consultations of the admission process.
- Business schools from world TOP-25 rankings
- One-to-one meeting with admission representatives
- Personal schedule for each participant
- Career opportunities after MBA
The participation is free. Preregistration is required.
We also invite you to a workshop of IE Business School professor - Fernando Cortinas - on Global Competition.
"World history has seen a number of trade alliances and partnerships, evolving powers heated up to a large extent by one thing – new economic opportunities. The fall of Berlin War put an end to the bipolar World Order East-West, and a New Order began to appear. This new configuration, still centered around the North Atlantic Corridor, is shifting the gravity center towards Pacific corridor countries. In the global competition arena, countries are conforming different trading blocks to fight for market share.
What are the trends of Global Competition and how to read them?
Where should we look for business opportunities?
Where to seek business growth?
What is the role for Central Asian countries, within this new context?
What are the strengths and weaknesses of these countries, and what are the opportunities and threats posed by the new global environment?
At individual level, where should we look for career opportunities?And how to be fit for all these issues?"
And how to be fit for all these issues?"
These are some of the questions we will address during the master class, taking a look at the growth of LatAm, Pacific Alliance, NAFTA, European Union, China, the EuroAsian Customs Union, and its impact on Central Asian countries.