About IPBS

The International Partnership of Business Schools (IPBS) is a consortium of 13 leading business schools in Europe, North and Latin America. The partner schools are located in Dublin (Ireland), Lancaster (United Kingdom), Madrid (Spain), Reims (France), Reutlingen (Germany), Piacenza (Italy), Boston (MA, USA), Raleigh (NC, USA), Elon (NC, USA), San Diego (CA, USA), Puebla (Mexico), São Paulo (Brazil) and St. Catharines (Canada)....

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IPBS programmes

Specialised Master
Programmes

The IPBS partner schools offer a variety of specialised programmes for study at the graduate level. These programmes accommodate a variety of students’ needs and interests. Students have the opportunity to continue their education in the following fields: Masters of...

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Master in Global Management

Six of the IPBS partners offer an intensive full-time Masters of Science in Global Management (MGM) Programme (12-15 months duration - excluding any compulsory internships - depending on chosen track) with single and double degree options. The MGM involves studying...

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Double Degree
Programmes

Students in the four-year IPBS undergraduate programmes spend two years at their home institution and two years at a partner institution abroad including two mandatory work placements equaling up to twelve months in total: one in the country of the...

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The panel is now discussing operations and business resiliency. Sherrill says it is important to take the time to talk to your people in order to understand what they are dealing with.

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Vaccinations are now the topic of discussion. Sherrill says his organization Steelfab has partnered with Atrium Health for vaccinations.

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The panel is now discussing workforce fatigue amid the pandemic. Trunzo says working from home can become monotonous without human connectivity. She says it is important to take breaks and step away from the computer.

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Handfield says it is important for organizations to do a better job at being prepared. He says an example of this is the COVID-19 personal protective equipment stockpile.

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Today's discussion will be centered around five lessons learned. 1. What do we wish we had known a year ago? Trunzo says the ability for organizations to be flexible and pivot.

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Professor of accounting Mark Beasley will moderate the discussion this morning. Our Panel ⬇️ Rob Handfield, professor of operations and supply chain management Glenn Sherrill, CEO of SteelFab Stephanie Trunzo, group vice president of transformation and offerings for Oracle

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Happening Now: Our @PNCBank Thought Leadership Series event is underway. Our faculty members are chatting with industry leaders about how COVID-19 shaped business decision making in 2020. https://t.co/BGDYiY6JNH

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1st March 2021

Join the virtual info session about MSc Global Management and Digital Competencies – 12 March 2021

You would like to prepare yourself for a career in international management? Then join Prof. Dr. Niamh O’Mahony, Programme Director, who...Read All

3rd February 2021

Upcoming soon: The IPBS Business Sustainability Challenge 2021

Are you interested in fostering your teamwork and leadership skills in a global setting? Then sign up for the 2021...Read All

13th November 2020

Join us on a round trip and discover the IPBS double degree programme

Discover the International Management Double Degree programme within the IPBS network. We asked students to share their experience with us....Read All

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