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Thailand / Japan: two new international partners for GEM

Thaïlande / Japon : deux nouveaux partenaires internationaux pour GEM
Published on
22 October 2019

Continuing its historical tradition of forging long-term and solid partnerships with prestigious international academic institutions, Grenoble Ecole de Management is partnering with Sasin School of Management, Chulalongkorn University (Bangkok, Thailand) and Nagoya University (Nagoya, Japan).

A new transcontinental track in Thailand (Bangkok)

Un nouveau parcours transcontinental en Thaïlande (bangkok)

GEM's Grande Ecole Students (2nd Year, 2nd Semester) will now be able to follow a "Sustainable Entrepreneurship" specialization in Thailand (Bangkok) at the Sasin School of Management. 

This specialization adds to the existing transcontinental tracks available: 

  • Business specialization in Asia at Beihang University (Beijing, China)
  • International Management specialization at Homerton College / Clare Hall (Cambridge, UK)
  • Finance specialization at Pace University (New York, USA)
  • International Management specialization at McGill University (Montreal, Canada)

The transcontinental track follows the same course rhythm and philosophy of the Grande Ecole Program. The core modules are the same on all campuses with the exception of the case studies that are adapted depending on the country in which the track is delivered.

A new double degree in Japan (Nagoya)

Un nouveau double diplôme au Japon (Nagoya)

The Grenoble School already offers a Master level double degree with Nagoya University. This dual degree counts approximately 58 graduates since its inception in 2008.

The partnership between the two institutions is further developing with the possibility now of an undergraduate-level double degree: 2 places are open to GEM Bachelor in International Business (BIB) students. They will spend 2 years in exchange in Japan and validate the diplomas of the two institutions: the GEM BIB and the Global BBA of Nagoya University.

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