While we often consider our global world accessible to all, in many ways it isn’t. For non-English speaking executives seeking the latest research and business insights at a U.S. institution, language can be a barrier. That is, until now.
MIT Sloan recently announced a new concept—and some might say even a new frontier—in executive education. Launching this December, the Global Executive Academy (GEA) will offer a multilingual educational experience on the MIT Sloan campus, presenting executive education content for the non-English speaking world. This new program is a first of its kind, according to Dr. Peter Hirst, Executive Director of Executive Education at MIT Sloan.