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International Students

The one-week summer program titled "Emerging Economies: A Case Study of India", aimed to provide international students with an overview of key trends, opportunities and challenges of doing business in India. The program, held during May 2012 at Alliance School of Business, Alliance University, introduced to participants different sectors of the Indian economy and offered insights into multi-disciplinary areas such as business, economics, information technology, marketing, human resource management and finance.


A key takeaway of the program was visits to several leading global corporations such as ITC Infotech, Nous Infosystems, CCI Limited, Titan Industries Limited and Infosys Limited. The cross-section of companies ensured that students had an enriching experience, combining theory and practice. The visits covered companies from sectors such as Information Technology, ITES and Manufacturing. In addition to classroom sessions and company visits, the program included a multitude of cultural and social activities.


Student Article


FROM TOULOUSE, FRANCE TO BENGALURU, INDIA BY LAURA DUCAMP, DUAL DEGREE STUDENT FROM TOULOUSE BUSINESS SCHOOL, FRANCE. Arrived three weeks ago at the Alliance University, I am pleased to spend my last year of graduation in the Operation Management MBA program. My first impression is extremely positive because many elements have contributed to a quick integration, even if obviously I am currently discovering a very different way of life on so many aspects. The International Affairs Office provides all necessary support for our daily issues, from commodities to any question about how to behave facing cultural differences.

A key takeaway of the program was visits to several leading global corporations such as ITC Infotech, Nous Infosystems, CCI Limited, Titan Industries Limited and Infosys Limited. The cross-section of companies ensured that students had an enriching experience, combining theory and practice. The visits covered companies from sectors such as Information Technology, ITES and Manufacturing. In addition to classroom sessions and company visits, the program included a multitude of cultural and social activities.

Arrived three weeks ago at the Alliance University, I am pleased to spend my last year of graduation in the Operation Management MBA program. My first impression is extremely positive because many elements have contributed to a quick integration, even if obviously I am currently discovering a very different way of life on so many aspects. The International Affairs Office provides all necessary support for our daily issues, from commodities to any question about how to behave facing cultural differences.