EGADE Business School and the London School of Economics have agreed to collaborate on a weeklong, intensive course on global financial strategies.
Starting in August 2014, Mexico’s EGADE Business School and the London School of Economics, both member schools in the Global Network for Advanced Management, will collaborate on an executive education program, the schools announced in February. The program, which will be hosted in London, is titled “Global Financial Strategy & Emerging Markets.”
The weeklong intensive seminar features lectures, case studies, and group work focused on corporate finance and strategy, investor relations, and global business strategies, among other areas. The program will be taught by LSE faculty and is open to students and graduates of EGADE’s master in finance and MBA programs.
To mark the announcement of the agreement on February 10, Craig Calhoun, president and director of LSE, delivered a talk at EGADE’s Sante Fe campus titled “The Future of Capitalism: Global Trends, Local Impacts.”