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Registration is now open for the 2009 Summer Program at St. John’s University in New York.
You can pre-register at the following web address: http://www.ism.edu/ism-newyork-2009.html
Please note that your registration is not confirmed until you receive an official confirmation that you have been enrolled on ism-connect.com.
You’ll also find the New York program guide here, which should answer most of the questions you might have about the program. Please thoroughly review this guide as it contains valuable information.
If you require a visa to enter the US, visa support letters will be issued from St. John's University within a month or so and can be sent to you as a scanned attachment by email, by regular mail, or if necessary, by FedEx (for an additional fee).
Please direct all comments and questions to:
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The Association of Business Schools and Programs proudly announces that Dr. Michael E. Gordon, International School of Management, Paris, France, has received the 2009 Teaching Excellence Award for Region 8. The award is supported in all regions this year by a financial contribution from the University of Indianapolis-Athens Campus, in Athens, Greece. As a regional recipient, Gordon will now be considered for the 2009 ACBSP International Teaching Excellence Award, to be announced in June.
In the March 9th, 2009 issue of TIME magazine you can find ISM Alumnus, Philippe Lacome speaking about the temptation of protectionism during the current financial crisis. Continue reading to hear what Philippe has to say or view the link here.
PARIS, February 18 -- The Chancellor of the International School of Management (ISM), Dr. Peter Horn , was elected President of the International Region of the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs at the Association's annual Regional Conference in Athens, Greece.
A competitive, fully accredited institution with campuses in New York, Paris, Tokyo and Shanghai, ISM continues to value quality over quantity. "It is our focus on quality and our dedication to the professional development of our degree candidates that have proven to be key components in maintaining our competitive advantage in the competitive, international education environment" responded Prof. Jack Forget , President of the International School of Management, when asked to explain the institution's success and strong international presence.