Destaque de Partner Schools and Requirements to the Full-Time MBA Exchange Program Destaque de Partner Schools and Requirements to the Full-Time MBA Exchange Program Destaque de Partner Schools and Requirements to the Full-Time MBA Exchange Program

Partner Schools for the Full-Time MBA Exchange Program

Africa

South Africa

• GSB – Cape Town University, Cape Town

 

Asia

China

• ANTAI College of Economics and Management – Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai

• CEIBS – China Europe International Business School, Pudong, Shanghai

• Shandong Economic University – Institute of Economics of Shandong, Jinan, Shandong

• HKUST Business School – The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

 

India

• IIM – Indian Institute of Management, Indore

• IMT – Institute of Management Technology – Ghaziabad

• IILM – Institute for Higher Education – Delhi

 

South Korea

• SNU – Graduate School of Business, Seoul National University, Seoul

 

Eastern Europe

Croatia

• ZSEM – School of Economics and Management, Zagreb

 

Russia

• GSOM – Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg University, St. Petersburg

 

Latin America

Argentina

• IAE Business School – Universidade Austral, Buenos Aires

 

Colombia

• UNIANDES – Universidad de los Andes School of Management – Bogotá

 

Mexico

• ITAM – Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de Mexico – Mexico City

• IPADE Business School  –  Mexico City

 

Venezuela

• IESA – Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administración – Caracas

 

Uruguai

• Facultad de Administración y Ciencias Sociales

 

Middle East

UAE

• IMT – Institute of Management Technology – Dubai

 

North America

United States of America

• Moore School of Business – University of South Carolina – Columbia, SC

• School of Business Administration – University of San Diego, CA

• The WHARTON School – University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

 

Canada

• Faculté des Sciences de l´Administration – University Laval – Québec

 

Oceania

Australia

• University of Sydney, Sydney

 

Western Europe

Denmark

• CBS – Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen

 

France

• Audencia-Nantes School of Management – Nantes

EMLYON Business School – Lyon

• ESSEC Business School – Paris

• REIMS Management School – RMS – Reims

• ROUEN Business School – Rouen

• EDHEC Business School – Nice, Lille

• IESEG School of Management – Lille, Paris

 

Germany

• EBS – European  Business School, Reichartshausen – Greater Frankfurt

• WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management – Vallendar, Dusseldorf

 

Ireland

• Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business – UCD Dublin

 

Italy

• Università Commerciale Luigi BOCCONI – Milano

• MIP – Politecnico de Milano

 

Netherlands

• RSM – Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Rotterdam

 

Portugal

• Nova School of Business and Economics  – Universidade Nova de Lisboa

• CLSBE – Católica Lisbon School of Business & Economics – Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Lisboa

 

Spain

• IE Business School – Madrid

 

Requirements and Application Process for the Full-Time MBA Exchange Program

1.At the beginning of the Full-Time MBA program (Year 1), the Academic Office will distribute copy of the Exchange Program Statute to all students.  The Exchange Statute contains all the information and requirements to participate in the Exchange Program. Students will also receive a preliminary list of the partner schools and respective placements.

2.The Full-Time MBA cohort has to elect an exchange representative to liaise with the Academic Office.

3.A revised list of the partner schools with available placements and requirements is sent by the Academic Office to the exchange representative during the fourth term of year 1 of the Full-Time MBA program, so that students can start organizing themselves and schedule their TOEFL exams.

4.At the beginning of year 2 of the Full-Time MBA program, the IAO will send the final list of partner schools with respective placements and requirements to the exchange representative, so that students make preliminary choices according to their preferences and ranking.

5.By mid/end of March – year 2 – the IAO will hold a meeting with all the students interested in participating in the Exchange Program to allocate schools and placements. Students MUST have informed the required TOEFL scores to the IAO, in advance, in order to participate in the allocation meeting. How to do it: when enrolling for the TOEFL (IT Based) students must indicate the DI (Designated Institution) code 3867 and the email exchangeprogram@coppead.ufrj.br, so that the TOEFL result is automatically sent to COPPEAD/IAO.

6.At the end of the allocation meeting, students will have to sign a term of commitment, so that they can be nominated to their chosen school.

7.After acceptance of the nominated students by the respective Host School, COPPEAD will receive the Letters of Acceptance for visa purposes. Students will collect their respective Letters of Acceptance at the IAO. Further instructions are detailed in the Exchange Statute.

8.After completion of the exchange program, students have to prepare and send a Report to the IAO detailing their academic and personal experience. Samples of these reports are available at the IAO.

9.COPPEAD will receive a transcript of the students´ grades within the period specified in the exchange agreement. Students will collect their transcripts at the IAO.

For further information on the exchange program, please e-mail: exchangeprogram@coppead.ufrj.br