Global exposure opportunity.
Global exposure benefits a student keen to embark on an international adventure with a lot of benefits and outcomes. The exchange of culture, acceptance of each other’s differences and dissolving of misguided prejudices helps you become a better global citizen. It nurtures your capacity to adapt to a foreign environment and teaches you how to tackle the challenges that follow it. AAM understands the importance of exposure at a global level and hence with Global exposure opportunity (GEO), an exceptional program of AAM business school, it strives to educate its students on cross-cultural management. This optional program gives you the opportunity to visit beautiful countries such as Paris, Belgium, Netherlands, Dubai, Singapore etc., in the second year of MBA. The GEO trip entails visits to foreign universities for seminars, Industrial areas as well the tourist attractions of the respective country. Facilities such as stay at luxurious hotels, Separate air conditioned coach throughout travel, international buffet breakfast and dinner are arranged to make the trip as easy and smooth as possible.
MBA with Study Trip to European Nations
Our students fell in love with the culture and the vibrancy of Paris. Disney land, the Eiffel tower and the cruise journey were the highlight of the trip. Fun and frolic apart, our students visited IFM fashion institute and ECP University which gave them an opportunity to interact and learn about a lot of things. Accommodation was arranged at the Novotel Aulney sous bois hotel in France.
Our student’s visit to palm breweries in Belgium proved to be informative and educational. A good shopping spree and the city tour ensure all the fun that the students desired. Stay at Hotel Mercure, a 4 star rated hotel is where our students stayed with luxury.
The Heineken Plant was the educational visit in Netherlands and our students stayed at Leonardo Hotel of 4 star rating. A shopping spree and city tour were included in the itinerary as well
MBA with Study Trip to Asian Nations
In the trip to Singapore students made an industrial visit to NEWater plant in Singapore and learnt the recycling process of water. They visited tourist spots such as Night safari, Sentosa Island and Jurang Bird Park at Singapore. To ensure a comfortable and luxurious stay, the accommodation was arranged at the Hotel Grand Chancellor.
A visit to the Chocolate and watch factory made up for the educational experience. Students visited the attraction spots namely the Petronas tower, Malaysia Museum as well as the palace of the king in Malaysia. A visit to the famous Batu caves temple in Malaysia was arranged. Our students had a gala time at the Genting Island. The indoor theme park rides were a great source of entertainment as well. In Malaysia students stayed at the Hotel Grand Seasons and in Genting Highland, they stayed at First World Hotel.
MBA with Study Trip to Middle East Nations
When it comes to the Middle East nations, MBA students at AAM Business School who opted for the optional study trip abroad have visited Doha. The lulu mall and city tour made the trip a memorable one. The comfort and grandiose of the four seasons hotel where our students were accommodated captured their hearts.
National exposure opportunity
“Great things never came from comfort zones.”
The knowledge that you gain from first hand experiences is a lot more impactful when compared with the theoretical learning you achieve with books. AAM, the pragmatic B school, as the name itself suggests, believes in the holistic development of young minds where practical knowledge takes a priority over theoretical knowledge. The NEO (National Exposure Opportunity) program was designed to achieve the very same goal of imparting practical knowledge upon its students. Students are given the chance of travelling within India and expanding their knowledge through the industrial visits. An opportunity to learn the varying methods of working and different cultures help students become better prepared for the real world.
MBA students of AAM visited Mysore, Kerala, Hyderabad, Pondicherry, Delhi and Goa as a part of the NEO program since 2011. The trip proved to be educational as our students learned the techniques and practices of TQM adopted in Falcon Tyres, the organization visited by our students. Apart from this our students also had the opportunity to enjoy the musical fountain show, the prestigious Mysore palace, KRS Dam and other attraction spots of Mysore. On the way to Bengaluru, a visit to St. Phelominal church, a church that is 1000 years old was arranged. Students also had the pleasure to visit Srirangapatnam, a place where the pious sriranganathar temple and tipu sultan’s tomb is located.
In goa students had this exquisite opportunity to witness in real the production process in a fixed layout and the application of scheduling technique by their visit to chowgule shipping yard. In order to teach the students automated production process, they were taken to an industrial visit to united breweries. As a part of city tour they visited the Dora and calangute beaches of goa, various churches and the fort aguada. Students were also given time to shop.