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Currently the IMBA program partners with the following universities all over the world:

China - Nanjing University

Najing University

Nanjing University is one of China's key comprehensive universities and it functions directly under the Ministry of Education. It is located in the ancient capital of six dynasties - Nanjing. Today, Nanjing University consists of two campuses, one in Gulou and the other in Pukou with a total area of more than 3,600 mu (nearly 600 acres). It is one of the top universities in China, with beautiful campuses and modern teaching and research facilities. Its current President is Professor Chen Jun, a geochemist. The University celebrates its anniversary on May 20 of each year. In its history of more than 100 years, Nanjing University has cultivated a great number of prominent and learned figures, having thus contributed much to the nation's revitalization and development. Nanjing University provides a good environment for teaching and research. Its library contains over 4.29 million volumes, ranking among the top ones of all the universities in China. There are currently 116 institutes of various types, 87 interdisciplinary research centers and some large teaching, research and experiment facilities such as the Analysis Center, the Network and Information Center, and the Educational Technology Center.

France - EM Strasbourg Business SchoolUniversity of Strasbourg

In 2009, after the merger between the March Bloch, Louis Pasteur and Robert Schuman universities the, EM Strasbourg Business School became the Business School of the University of Strasbourg, France's largest university. The School has 153 exchange agreements in 52 countries. More than one in three exchange students per year come to Strasbourg to study; and twenty professors and researchers from partner universities come to teach and do research.

Since 2000, EM Strasbourg Business School has become one of the elite grandes >ecoles in France, ranking in the top 20 business schools in the nation. Students can focus their studies in banking/finance, marketing/sales, entrepreneurship/organization/management, finance/accounting/auditing, supply chain management or management information systems. IECS also has a large student exchange program, hosting students from every continent and fostering partnerships with various graduate and undergraduate programs.

India - Park's College

 Park's College, IndiaThe Park's College in the beautiful region of Tirupur was established in the year 1993 within the Park Trust which launched its maiden school in Tirupur in 1970. Park's College is known for its professionalism in their academic activities which produce professionals of world standards to face the future competition. The faculty members at Park's College have earned their established reputation with remarkably active academic, research, work and administrative experience. Their vision is to "attain global excellence in the field of education and training and produce professionals of world standards to face the competitive tomorrow. Accept and adhere to the latest emerging technologies without crossing the boundaries of our rich culture." Park's College became a partner university of UMSL in 2007.

Japan - Kyoto-Sangyo University

Kyoto Sangyo UniversityKyoto Sangyo University was established in 1965 with the establishment of the Faculties of Economics and Science. Kyoto is an ancient city, where the Imperial Palace existed for more than one thousand years from the end of the eighth century. The city has many temples and shrines as well as historical highlights, such as Kiyomizu Temple, Kinkakuji Temple, Kyoto Imperial Palace, and Katsura Villa. Kyoto Sangyo University campus is situated in the Kamigamo, Rakuhoku area (in the northern part of the city), a place renowned in Kyoto for its scenic beauty. On campus, students lead an active college life surrounded by refreshing, ever changing natural beauty. Moreover, the University has more than 100 authorized clubs that have achieved remarkable results in sports and cultural pursuits. Kyoto Sangyo University's 7 faculties and 14 departments cover social studies, humanities, natural sciences - all academic fields. Students choose faculties and departments that suit their future goals and personal interests and develop expertise in their chosen area of study. 

Mexico - Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey

Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico(Not currently available due to DOS Travel Warning) 

The University was founded in 1943 by a group of Mexican businessmen who created the association called Ensenanza e Investigacion Superior, A.C. (Teaching and Research in Higher Education). In the following years, similar associations were set up to undertake the establishment of campuses in cities other than the city of Monterrey. Currently, 33 campuses located in the most important cities in Mexico constitute the Tecnologico de Monterrey Educational System. More than 700 distinguished Mexican businessmen, committed to the advancement and quality of higher education, conform the associations which support the work of the institution.

The Campus, besides having the most diverse student population within the Tecnologico de Monterrey System, is the ideal place for getting to know people from all over the country, as well as people from other parts of Latin America, North America, Europe, and Asia.

Our IMBA students will be studying at the beautiful Puebla and Morelia campuses of ITESM.

Taiwan - National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology

The National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology, TaiwanNational Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology (NKUST) was established on February 1, 2018, by the merger of three universities: National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences, National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology, and National Kaohsiung Marine University, becoming the largest technological university in Taiwan.

As a technology university, NKUST has incorporated the strengths of the three former universities -- strong connections with industries, innovation and entrepreneurship, and ocean technology – into the new university and realized synergies through integrating complementary resources and functions.