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The Online Master of Global Business Administration at the Fletcher School attracts an unusually diverse student body. Learn about who they are and what they bring to the classroom.
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The online Master of Global Business Administration combines graduate-level study in business and international affairs to prepare leaders to work across borders, sectors, and disciplines.
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According to McKinsey’s 2022 Global Survey on AI, artificial intelligence (AI) adoption worldwide has more than doubled since 2017. Robotic process automation, computer vision, natural language processing, and virtual agents rank highest among the AI technologies that companies and institutions are embedding in their products or processes. The rapid rise of AI will have a profound […]
Tufts GBA student Andrea Chincuanco
“After reading about the inaugural GBA program, I immediately knew that the program’s forward-thinking, borderless, and multifaceted curriculum provided the global and innovative approach to higher education that I was searching for.”
Tufts GBA student Remi Ogunkayo
“The GBA program and the courses offered align with my interests in understanding the global economy and provide practical insights on how to build businesses to serve it.”
Tufts GBA student Elyse Clonan
“Attending an institution at the forefront of international affairs such as Fletcher is something I always envisioned for myself, which is another reason why I was excited to come across the GBA program.”
Tufts GBA student Maria Gonzalez
“To make a significant impact on the world, I know that I need to harness the knowledge acquired from the GBA program and apply it to my future professional career.”
Tufts GBA student Sinead Gangler
“After a formative business trip to Bangkok in early 2020, I was inspired to take my career to the next level.”
Tufts GBA student Catherine Ternes
“I knew I wanted an MBA degree and was searching for a place where my experience in the international nonprofit sector would be valued.”
Tufts GBA student Daniel Robb
“I was drawn to Fletcher because I wanted to upgrade my analytical skills while complementing my existing education in public policy.”
Tufts GBA student Margaret Richardson
“My classmates’ perspectives helped me to further develop my own analysis and figure out what questions I needed to ask next.”
Tufts GBA student Bronce Perez Matos
“I want to expand my career into the private sector and internationally. The GBA program’s flexibility is perfect for me as a full-time public servant.”
Tufts GBA student Christabell Makokha
“I was excited that the GBA program provided a platform to understand the underlying principles that drive social impact and sustainability.”
Tufts GBA student Kedar Kurpad
“I want to leverage my professional skills to address some of the world’s biggest challenges, including decarbonization and digital privacy.”
Tufts GBA student JD Kristenson
“I have spent much of my career refining my instincts and intuition, but I am looking to increase the analytical rigor of my decision-making.”
Tufts GBA student Leigh Juul
“A strength of this program is that it is not just enhancing my skill sets, but it is also making me a more critically engaged person.”
Tufts GBA student Tiara Durham
“I want to master the go/no-go business decision and successfully grow products that create value for the world.”
Tufts GBA Student Tim Chang
“I wanted to get my MBA. The GBA caught my attention—the global nature of the program will provide me a unique perspective that other programs may not.”
Fletcher students compete in Tufts $100K New Ventures Competition.
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The digitization of business has long been a key feature of advancing economies, but the COVID-19 pandemic is making this transition more than just an asset. It’s now a vital building block for a flexible and socially distant economy; however, countries had virtually no time to prepare.