Thursday, August 25, 2011

MBA team from Maharishi University of Management, USA, places first in a national business simulation

A team from the accounting MBA class at Maharishi University of Management recently placed first in a nation-wide business simulation competition.

Dr. Andrew Bargerstock, Associate Professor of Business Administration, reported on the success of the MBA team.

The simulation compared integrated decision-making skills. The MUM team consisted of 4 international students—from Nepal, Pakistan, India and China.

This year 137 MBA teams entered from top universities across the USA, such as Harvard, Cornell, UC-Berkeley, Northwestern, Vanderbilt, North Carolina, Pittsburgh, Boston College, Iowa, and Iowa State. Even though the MUM team only had 3 weeks compared with a whole semester for other teams, it was able to come out on top.

Maharishi University of Management welcomes MBA students from all countries to join this unique programm of Consciousness-Based Education, which is structured so that its sought-after students can graduate with zero debt: