Mittal turns eye to emerging markets education
Nov 11, 2005 | 09:38 AM
| Scott Robertson
Mittal Steel Co. NV, Rotterdam, has named the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill., its North American management education partner. That designation includes an initial commitment of $3 million from Mittal Steel to the school to aid the development and launch of the Kellogg Mittal Scholars program beginning next fall.
The program plans to provide 20 scholarships to qualifying Kellogg School MBA students from the full-time and executive management in business administration (EMBA) programs each year for an initial three-year term.The program has been designed to reflect Mittal Steel's strong business profile in emerging markets. Specifically, successful students will either be from emerging economic regions such as Africa, Asia, central and eastern Europe or South America, or will have a stated interest in those regions.....
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