Webster Geneva DBA Cohort Draws Students from Multiple Continents

| March 28, 2013
Webster Geneva DBA

Twenty-four students from the DBA cohort were in Geneva for workshops last weekend.

Two simultaneous workshops for the Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) were held over the weekend at Webster University’s campus in Geneva, Switzerland, drawing students from several countries including Saudi Arabia, Trinidad, Thailand, Ireland and Serbia.

Webster Geneva DBA

Students came in from several countries, including Saudi Arabia, Trinidad, Thailand, Ireland and Serbia.

A part-time, doctoral program in business designed for experienced managers, the DBA is an academically rigorous but practical professional qualification that enhances the career skills of business professionals.

The cohort DBA program is a partnership between Webster University and the Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM). GEM is accredited by the AACSB, EQUIS and the AMBA.

The strategic partnership between the two institutions was initiated by Deniz Saral and Benoit Aubert of GEM in 2007. Valerie Sabatier later replaced Aubert when the latter became the Dean/Director of GEM’s DBA College.

Saral will step down from the position as director of the Geneva GEM-DBA cohort at Webster on May 31, 2013. His pioneering work showed dedication, commitment and strong leadership in building the lasting partnership between the two institutions, which enhanced Webster’s academic image in Switzerland and abroad.

Kevin D. Stringer will direct the program beginning June 1, 2013. Learn more about the program at www.webster-grenoble.ch.

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