A team of grad students from Thunderbird School of Global Management visited Kings College and provided assistance in creating a framework for the case studies on some of the successful business ventures of Nepal. The objective was to create a case studies of the local business so that it can be taught during the MBA classes and give them the practical understanding of the local businesses.
The students represented was supported by Winrock International Asia Farmer to Farmer Program. They was with us for 5 weeks. This was the 3rd time that King’s College received the International Experts for a longer duration at their campus.
Thunderbird team helped the college faculties and the students on writing the case studies, accelerating the incubation and the help in designing the sectorial incubation
curriculum on technology and agriculture based enterprise.
It was great to have the team on the campus and work together for 5 weeks and upon completion of their assignment they returned back to US on December 1, 2015.