PROGRAMMES Foreign Collaborations
TAPMI signs MOU with Macquarie University
The T. A. Pai Management Institute (TAPMI) signed an MoU with Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia on April 28, 2015.
Macquarie University was represented by Professor Mark Gabbott – Executive Dean, Faculty of Business and Economics, Macquarie University. Professor Philomena Leung – Associate Dean International and Corporate Engagement and Mr. Abizer Merchant – Regional Director (South Asia), Macquarie International were part of the Macquarie delegation. The MOU was signed by Professor Mark Gabbott and Professor Raghunath Rudran (Dean Administration), TAPMI.
TAPMI and Macquarie University seek to enhance relations by developing academic and cultural interchange in teaching, research and other programs and activities. Further, the collaboration will enable exchange of students and faculty, joint research activities, joint conferences and other academic meetings, exchange of academic materials and information.
TAPMI SIGNS ACADEMIC COLLABORATION WITH SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT, ASIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BANGKOK
TAPMI- AIT, BANGKOK SIGNS MOU
TAPMI signed MOU on academic collaboration with School of Management, Asian institute of technology( AIT), Bangkok on June 13, 2011. The MOU was signed by Dr. Simon George, Dean Academics of TAPMI on behalf of TAPMI and by the President Prof. Said Irandoust representing SOM- AIT. Dr. Sununta Siengthai, Acting Dean of SOM-AIT, was present during the signing. AIT is one of the top technical and Management University in South East Asia. This Academic collaboration between TAPMI and SOM-AIT, will lead to student and faculty exchanges, to start with. This will be followed by joint research and training collaboration of faculty, of both the institutions.
The T A Pai Management Institute (TAPMI) nurtures a vision to be a global business school; developing global wealth creators is a theme central to TAPMI’s mission. We at TAPMI constantly sense the changing realities of the global business environment and understand how global resources are imperative to meet the challenges of emerging business models. We believe that today’s business students must be sufficiently exposed to global markets as economic interdependence has gained eminence over geographic boundaries. Keeping this in mind, we groom our students to become managers with an international outlook. At TAPMI, we have designed and developed student and faculty exchange programs to promote a greater understanding of international issues that increases the competencies of faculty and students who will live and work in an increasingly interdependent world.
A brief status of TAPMI’s initiatives on global business school linkages is given below:
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been signed with Sheffield Hallam University, UK for student and faculty exchanges. The first student exchange under this MoU is scheduled during September-December, 2009, under which five TAPMI PGDM students will visit and study at the Sheffield Hallam University.
The MoU with Oakland University, Michigan, USA was renewed in January, 2007. TAPMI and Oakland’s School of Business Administration have planned to work on a global team project for students during the Spring semester.
A MoU between Hoshule Darmsadt University of Applied Science, Hesse, Germany, The University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, and T A Pai Management Institute, Manipal facilitates offering a joint Global MBA program.
TAPMI is collaborating with St. Mary’s college, California, USA for a program on the business environment in India. A cohort of 21 members participating in St. Mary’s Trans-Global MBA program and who are also senior executives of US companies will attend the customized program offered by TAPMI. This program is a unique blend of class room sessions and industry visits for 2 days (August 13-14, 2009).
Faculty collaborations for research at individual level with Quinnipiac University, Connecticut, USA, Wakeforest University, NC, and Emory University, Atlanta in the US are underway.
TAPMI is also in talks with University, New Zealand, Glamorgan Business School, UK and the Luleå University of Technology, Sweden for academic linkages.
TAPMI Students visit Sheffield Hallam University as part of an Exchange Programme
September 2010: PGP 2 Students who have gone to Sheffield Hallam University are
1. Paritosh Kumar Kashyap
2. Indraneil Sivadasani
3. Arpita Verma
December 2009: Five students from TAPMI completed their 5th Term at Sheffield Hallam University (SHU), Sheffield, UK under student exchange program between TAPMI and SHU. They took elective modules from MSc International Human Resource Management, Master of Business Administration (MBA), MSc Global Strategic Marketing, MSc International Marketing, MSc International Business and Management at SHU. The students returned to TAPMI by the 2nd week of December 2009.