Niigata, Oct 14, 2008 - (JCN Newswire) - The Economist Intelligence Unit recently announced its 2008 MBA rankings, and for the sixth time the Graduate School of International Management (GSIM) at the International University of Japan (IUJ) has been listed as one of the world's top 100 business schools.
What does GSIM stand for?
GSIM stands for Graduate School of International Management (Japan)
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- Groupement de Sécurité et d'Intervention de la Gendarmerie Nationale (French military group)
- Intervention Security Group of the Gendarmerie Nationale (military police force; France)
- Government Services Information Infrastructure
- Graduate Students in Linguistics (University of Southern California)
- Granite State Independent Living
- Ground Segment Integration Lab
- Granite State Independent Living Foundation (Concord, NH)
- General Services Industry Marketing Group
- Generic Switched Inductor Model
- Gill Surface Interaction Model (environmental science)
- Goods and Services Identification Number
- Graduate School of the International Negotiation Academy
- Geological Survey of Iran, North East Territory
- Gilson Serial Input/Output Channel
- Generalized Semi-Infinite Programming (mathematics)
- Global Session Initiation Protocol (software)
- Government Security Information Platform
- Graduate Student Internship Program (US DHHS)
- Grated Surface Inlet Pit (civil engineering; Australia)
- Ground Station Interface Processor (EOS ground station low rate processing system)
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Lampe has a bachelor's degree in business from Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS, and a master's degree in international management from the American Graduate School of International Management.
She earned her Master of International Health Management and Master of Business Administration from Thunderbird, the American Graduate School of International Management.
Philip Sugai, who served as the Associate Dean of the Graduate School of International Management (GSIM) at the International University of Japan (IUJ) for the past two years, has assumed the Deanship as of September 1, 2008.