Monday, December 22, 2008

Global Business Education Remains Strong

Despite the economic crisis, international education remains strong. At EM Lyon Business School (home of the World Entrepreneurship Forum that I attended last month) in France where they claim to educate entrepreneurs for the world, dean Patrice Houdayer, says:
... the school's global and entrepreneurial focus will help grads of one of Europe's oldest business schools succeed, even in a tough economy.
Houdayer's prediction for growth areas?
Students who will go from the (U.S.) and Europe to Asia and Africa. I think Asia, Africa and South America will be a target for the next generation to take their second or third job because the growth is there.
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