Programs

Students find use for excess dining hall food

Students find use for excess dining hall food

Have you ever wondered where all the excess food produced at the Bruff Commons dining hall goes at the end of the night? Thanks to the Tulane University chapter of the Food Recovery Network (FRN), food that used to end up in the trash is now collected and donated to […]

November 29, 2016 ×
3 reflections on the Asia Global Leadership course

3 reflections on the Asia Global Leadership course

Several things contribute to this course being a useful and interesting course. The number one reason would be the fact that you work with actual companies who are looking to expand into Asia. It is an empowering and exciting experience to work as “management consultants” with the company administration, gauge […]

May 16, 2016 ×

A Rare Look into Thailand’s Hill Tribe People

After an interesting and educational week in Shanghai and Xiamen for our Global MBA project in China, we headed to Chaing Mai, Thailand. This area of Thailand was a short airplane ride from Shanghai and full of amazing experiences. One notable experience was our time with the hill tribe people, […]

May 9, 2016 ×

All Around the World and Back in Two Years

Having not lived outside Louisiana for any extensive time, one of the most anticipated components of the A. B. Freeman MBA program I was excited about was the global diversity aspect, in regards to the cohort, curriculum, and travel.  Although I have traveled around the world, even having the opportunity […]

May 9, 2016 ×

A Pertinent and Sentimental Culmination

Travel is a wonderful thing.  It is exciting.  It is interesting.  It is certainly fun. The opportunity to tour the world with a group of motivated classmates is a unique experience that teaches you far more than can be gleaned from leisure trips though, and it is rare.  During my […]

May 9, 2016 ×

Learning in the Real World

It is a commonly held belief that experiential learning is one of the best ways to learn a concept. By applying what you have learned in the classroom and interacting with it in a real and impressionable way, you are more likely to learn that knowledge or concept. The Research […]

May 9, 2016 ×

Two Amazing Years in New Orleans

I set foot in New Orleans on a warm summer evening 22 months ago. Although I was in the U.S. many times before, it was my first time in the world famous city of New Orleans (or Nola as many like to call it). The culture shock was immediate. It […]

May 9, 2016 ×

An Inside Look at Top Lockers

Any business education is incomplete without hands on learning to compliment classroom discussion. Through three international trips to Italy, Argentina, and China, the Tulane MBA program offers students the ability to work closely with various companies and organizations in order to get an inside glimpse at businesses of varying sizes and industries. The class […]

May 9, 2016 ×

Make Locks Consulting Project

Make Locks, Ltd., based in Xiamen, China, is one of the leading developers and manufacturers of top security and high quality industrial locks. The company approached our consulting team at Tulane University seeking assistance with penetrating the U.S. security products market. Specifically, Make Locks sought to better understand the competitive […]

May 9, 2016 ×

The Beauty of the Tulane MBA

Two years. Three continents. Endless memories with great people. For me, the Global Leadership component of the Tulane MBA was the deciding factor for enrolling in the program, and I have absolutely no regrets. We worked, played, and learned in Italy, Argentina, and China. Interacting with diverse organizations in completely […]

May 9, 2016 ×