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'How is an MBA course taught in America?' [VIDEO]

Find out how an MBA programme is taught in America

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Learn how an MBA programme is taught in America. We spoke to Roberta Brooke, the Director of MBA at Eastern Washington University about teaching styles and methods of an MBA programme in the US.

Watch the video below from our Google Hangout with Eastern Washingon University (there’s also a quick summary after the video).

  • Practical experience—Learn how teachers prepare students for the professional world
  • Teamwork—Learn about the importance of developing your teamwork skills
  • Cross-cultural—Find out how teachers take a cross-cultural approach in broadening student’s minds


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Admissions Questionnaire with Eastern Washington University

The US Education System...Simplified


Watch more clips from our Hangout with Roberta Brooke:

‘What types of students will you study with in an MBA course in America?’

‘What are the requirements to study an MBA in America?’

'What are the most popular areas of an MBA course?'

'Do MBA applicants need to show work experience?'

'How does an MBA prepare students for the graduate world?'

‘How can the other students in your MBA course help you?’


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