BMU’s academic mentor is Imperial College London which is ranked 8th in the latest QS ranking of global universities. Besides faculty support, the partnership includes programme and curriculum design. The learning experience at BMU has been further augmented through collaborations with the Singapore Management University, Carleton University, Kent State University, University of California, Berkeley, Aston University, North South University and Saint Mary’s College of California.
Also, all our MBA programmes offer students mandatory Global Leadership Module at international partner universities. This 3-week programme allows students to gain new perspectives on global business practices, challenges and cultures.
As part of the module, students go through two weeks of lectures and coursework conducted by the faculty at partner universities. The courses focus on four areas – Leadership, Digital Marketing, Design Management and Business Models / Intellectual Property.
The aim of the Global Leadership Module is to enable BMU students to think outside the box, comprehend the concepts of design-driven innovation and creativity, develop leadership competencies, and understand how to create stronger relationships with customers using digital media.
The pedagogy at our partner universities is unique. The courses are delivered through a blend of traditional and modern learning techniques. The faculty discuss cases, use videos, and conduct hands-on exercises that allow students to apply the tools and methods learnt to real business problems.