"Exchange programmes help break down barriers, bring people from diverse nations closer together, and allow for a shared common experience, reminding us that at some level we are all connected, not just in the world of business and commerce, but in life itself”. -Fatima Barros, President, Anacom, Portugal
We are living in a global world that is highly networked with each other and provides immense opportunities to share or review resources and skills, evaluate ideas, and monitor work among each other. International exposure, better understanding of the global market place and the ability to appreciate different cultures are a perquisite for today’s global managers. Many employers in India too prefer to hire students with an international exposure, a global business perspective and who can work with ease with their foreign counterparts.
The International Student Exchange Programs at the MYRA School of Business are based on a vision to provide a greater understanding of cross-cultural trade and business practices and to promote cultural interchange of ideas. Our exchange partner schools offer the opportunity to learn about business from a different perspective, experience another culture, and network with students, faculty, and professionals from around the world. These alliances present an excellent opportunity for students to live and study in various nations and gain a deeper understanding of international business dynamics.
The Study-Abroad Programs at the MYRA School of Business are thus based on a vision to provide a greater understanding of cross-cultural trade and business practices and to promote cultural interchange of ideas. These programs are designed to help students meet this marketplace requirement.
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We are in the process of negotiating similar partnerships with similar high-ranking B-Schools in USA, Europe, Canada and Asia.
CATOLICA-LISBON is a leading Management and Economics School in Portugal and has been accredited by the three main world agencies for management education (AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA). It is among the less than 1% of Business Schools that hold the famous Triple Crown accreditation throughout the world. Catolica-Lisbon’s Executive MBA has been ranked the 45th best in the Financial Times Executive Education Rankings 2011.
The roots of the Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg reach back as far as 1402. In that era, it was the sixth institution of higher education to be founded in the German-speaking regions of Europe, after the Universities of Prague, Vienna, Heidelberg, Cologne, and Erfurt.Many eminent scholars and scientists, 14 Nobel Laureates among them, have researched and taught in Würzburg. Rudolf Virchow, Carl Siebold, and Franz Brentano are in that number, as well as Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, who discovered the X-rays in Würzburg in 1895, or Klaus von Klitzing, discoverer of the Quantum-Hall Effect. Today, Würzburg's University is counted among the medium-sized institutions of higher education in Germany. It comprises ten faculties with about 400 professors and 28,000 students.
The University of Würzburg remains clearly and strongly committed to four pillars – humanities, law and economics, life sciences, natural sciences and technology.Würzburg University is one of the leading institutions of higher education in Germany – this is verified by the rankings of domestic and international research organisations as well as international expert committees. On an international level, too, the University of Würzburg ranks in the top bracket of academic institutions in many scientific disciplines including biology, medicine, physics, and psychology.