Oct 10

Passion for Health Policy Analysis

Whether traveling abroad, testing recipes, or playing soccer, Bryan School alumna Anna MacMonegle thrives on exploration and teamwork. That adventurous spirit serves her well in health policy analysis. She spends her days at RTI International in Research Triangle Park turning hypothetical questions to actionable data. By formulating plans to ask important questions, reviewing data sources, … Continued

Sep 07

Writing a Job Posting That Works

When was the last time you applied for a job at your own company? Was it a pleasant, user-friendly experience that left you wanting to go to work there all over again? If so, no need to read further. If not, it’s time to maximize the power of the job posting. How well do you … Continued

May 07

Thinking About Study Abroad?

Bettina Acosta studied abroad at Hochschule Heilbronn in Germany in Spring 2017. Here are her tips for students considering study abroad. Studying abroad was a fulfilling experience containing many first. It was my first time on a plane, traveling to a new country, and making friends with different origins than mine! Studying abroad may be … Continued

Apr 30

What Can I Do With an MS in International Business?

You’re probably expecting this blog post to be like all those other online articles. You know, the ones where a career expert tells you the 10 international business job titles trending in 2018 or the outlook for the highest paying international business careers in the next decade. Well it’s not that kind of post. You’ll … Continued

Apr 26

Global Learning in Greensboro

Students in Management 303: Experience Business Abroad complete a semester-long joint project with students from the Université Catholique de Louvain in Belgium. Over UNCG’s spring break, Bryan School students traveled to Belgium where they stayed with students or host families while visiting businesses and exploring a new culture. A few weeks after this visit, the students from … Continued

Apr 20

How to Customize Your MBA

An MBA is a generalist degree, but that doesn’t mean that MBA graduates can’t leave a program with specialized areas of expertise. At UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business and Economics, both Early Career Professional and Experienced Professional students can customize their MBA experiences to meet their individual interests and career goals. The Bryan School’s … Continued

Apr 09

Making Cross-Cultural Connections in the MSIB Program

Meet Professor Nir Kshetri One of the highlights of the MS in International Business program is that students will be in a global online classroom with faculty and peers from diverse backgrounds. This diversity allows students to make cross-cultural connections starting day one of the program. In today’s blog, I want to introduce you to … Continued

Mar 23

Insights from Abroad: A Week in Belgium

Students in Management 303: Experience Business Abroad complete a semester-long joint project with students from the Université Catholique de Louvain in Belgium. Over UNCG’s spring break, Bryan School students travel to Belgium where they stay with students or host families while visiting businesses and exploring a new culture. A few weeks after this visit, the … Continued

Mar 19

Why You Should Choose the UNCG MBA

Once you decide to pursue an MBA, you must figure out which program is the right one for you. This decision can be overwhelming considering the number of ads, websites, and rankings for the wide array of available MBA programs. When it comes down to it, however, it’s really about finding the right fit for … Continued

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