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A team of undergraduate students from The Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM) were among contestants in the February 2013 Kogod Business Case competition, held in Washington DC by the American University’s Kogod School of Business.

As part of its continuing thrust to encourage dialogue and synergy with the business community; Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM ) hosted a corporate breakfast with the Executive and Senior Management team of the Grace Kennedy Group on April 4 2013 at The School .

On February 8, 2013, seven members of the MSBM faculty were recognized and received awards for their contributions to academic research at the UWI Annual Research Days Awards Ceremony.

On April 10, 2013, MSBM partnered with the Spanish Court Hotel to host the fifth in the Kingston 360 Breakfast Talk series. Mr Paul Kukubo, CEO, Kenyan ICT Board presented on the topic “ICT as a Growth Enabler: Perspectives from the Kenyan ICT “Revolution” to an audience of Government officials, private sector representatives and members of academia.

In an effort to address the financial concerns of persons seeking post graduate education, MSBM conducted a Financial Services seminar focused on providing potential students with valuable information related to the funding of their graduate studies.

As part of the strategic direction of the Mona School of Business & Management (MSBM) to encourage dialogue and synergy with the business community; on April 4 2013 the School hosted the first in what is hoped to be a series of conversations with Jamaica’s leading companies.

The 10th annual Caribbean MBA Conference was held January 4-5, 2013 at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel Kingston, Jamaica. The Conference (originally organized by the joint MBA Caribbean Student Clubs of the Harvard Business School and The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania) was this year held in exclusive collaboration with the Wharton Caribbean Business Initiative Club alongside studen...

A Jamaica National Foundation commissioned research is set to assess the needs and challenges of social enterprises. Since negligible data is currently available on the social, economic and enviromental contributions these enterprises make to the country, the philanthropic arm of Jamaica National Building Society initiated the research

THE incoming class of MBA students at The Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM) will be the first group of students to utilise e-book packages on Smart Tab devices provided by the school in collaboration with international publishing partners Pearson and Cengage, and local technology firm JL Mobile.

One hundred and fifty (150) new MBA students at The Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM), have become the first set of MSBM students to utilize e-book packages on SmartTab devices. MSBM is the first business school in Jamaica, and the second unit on the UWI Mona campus to employ the cutting edge e-learning solution.


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