Thunderbird School of Global Management


Highest Degree Offered: Masters

College Type: Private

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Academic Calendar: Trimester

State: Arizona


Mission: We educate global leaders who create sustainable prosperity worldwide.The vision is GÍ—‘_Í_‘£To be the world's foremost learning community for global managers and global enterprises. At Thunderbird- we believe in and uniquely develop the following core values:Global Mindset GÍ—‘_Í—‘‰ Effective global managers must be capable of leading global organizations- applying business knowledge in different social- economic and political environments- and working with individuals from diverse cultures. Global Citizenship GÍ—‘_Í—‘‰ global management is a true profession- dedicated to the creation of sustainable economic and social value worldwide.Global Entrepreneurship GÍ—‘_Í—‘‰ Successful global managers must be resourceful- innovative and capable of pursuing new opportunities in uncertain environments.Global Thought Leadership GÍ—‘_Í—‘‰ Management knowledge is advanced most effectively through academically rigorous and practically relevant researchGlobal Learning Network GÍ—‘_Í—‘‰ Networking among managers and experts on a global scale and exposure to a different cultures and business environments is essential for life-long learning and effective professional practice.

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1 Global Place
Glendale Arizona 85306


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