students: GHD Spring Lab information session on November 2, 2010

by admin on October 26, 2010

Presenting Global Health Delivery Lab, a new Spring 2011 version of our global health delivery
projects
class.


“Nowhere else can an MBA student have as meaningful an experience and do such life-changing work.”

Spend SIP and Spring Break in Africa or India.

“.. the best experience of my MBA…”

Work on a real project in an enterprise on the front lines of health care delivery in a resource-limited setting.

“I never imagined that I would be able to use my MBA skills to improve peoples’ lives.”

Take on the managerial challenge of your MBA education, learn by doing, and create impact.

“… one of the best parts of Sloan. To be able to interact with an organization at that level, and to put everything I learned at Sloan into practice in a lab environment, was an amazing experience.”

Learn how

Attend lunchtime info session Tuesday, 2nd Nov., 12:00-1:00 p.m., E62-450.

Check out our information at globalhealth.mit.edu

Apply by 9th November (link will be posted here)


“The most valuable experience of my entire MBA at MIT Sloan…this class and my trip to Africa changed my perspective on the world and had a profound impact on my life.”

Admission by application (by 9th Nov) and interview (mid-November). Students informed of admission by 24th Nov; commit to class by 1st Dec. Teams form and are matched to projects in early December. Contact hosts before the start of class in February 2011. Meet twice a week in H1, spend SIP and Spring break in the field, and return to class for several H2 sessions and wrap up teamwork in April. GHD Lab is 9 full-semester units + 2 SIP credits. Letter grade. Graduate students only.

To receive updated GHD Lab information, deadline reminders, application materials, and events, or if you are unable to attend the info session, subscribe to our email list. Visit http://mailman.mit.edu/mailman/listinfo/ghd-lab-11 or email the word “subscribe” without quotes to GHD-Lab-11-request@mit.edu

The experience could be the highlight of your time at MIT Sloan.

All quotes are from past students.

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