The GBC Roundtable is a global association of business schools whose mission is to advance graduate management education through curricular and co-curricular innovation. We create forums to challenge, debate, and shape the future of graduate management education (GME) curricular design, equip business school faculty and administrators with the knowledge and resources needed to advance GME curricular and programmatic innovation, and promote and recognize GME curricular achievement, change and innovation
“Curriculum based symposiums, academic research, timely webinars, and benchmarking surveys provide significant insights enabling our school leadership to make informed decisions regarding where and how to invest in order to improve the education of our graduate business students today and in the future.”
C. Michael Stepanek, Managing Director, MBA Programs, Executive Director, Academics and Operations, Kenan-Flagler Business School, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
“The MBA Roundtable is the go-to organization for those that provide strategic direction for their MBA program. The MBA Roundtable provides leadership, tools and programming to help programs navigate the complexities of MBA curriculum revision. Without the MBA Roundtable network, MBA leaders would struggle to stay ahead of what the MBA market requires and expects.”
Monica S. Powell, PhD, Senior Associate Dean & Graduate Dean, University of Texas at Dallas, Naveen Jindal School of Management
“MBA Roundtable has been a great source of information and networking for us. We are excited to continue as a member school. “
Lenay Johnson, Director, Admissions and Recruitment, Graduate and Professional Programs, C.T. Bauer College of Business, University of Houston
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