During an international travel-research project, MBA for Global Innovators student Michele LaCagnina visited a wind turbine blades production company in Izmir, Turkey.
MBA students journey to China and Turkey for travel-research project
- August 16, 2013 5:15am
Ten days in a far off country may sound like a dream vacation, but for a group of Cal State East Bay graduate business students, it’s a demanding class project they will never forget.
As part of CSUEB’s MBA for Global Innovators program, which blends business fundamentals with a worldwide perspective, 22 students took part in an optional international travel-research project this summer. Six students traveled to Turkey and another 16 to China.
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