IMET feasibility study and implementation: maximizing the Graduate School of Business and Public Policy experience for International Students at the Naval Postgraduate School
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In 2005, IMET research investigated the problems and benefits GSBPP International Military Students (IMS) experience, and how problems could be alleviated. This proposal focuses on implementing the suggestions made by the IMS on Academic Support Facilities and Quality of Life issues. The objective of this MBA Project is to evaluate the prior proposals, identify new problem areas IMS face while at NPS, and follow up on implementation of those recommendations. The research includes the conduct of a survey among the current international students at GSBPP. The proceedings of this initiative that contributed to both developing an implementation strategy and facilitating the gathering of critical information IMS need to achieve a comprehensive understanding were analyzed. Some issues explored include opportunities for streamlining the library, such as more computer facilities, more access to home-country resources for both news and research, opportunities for improving the quality of life such as the non-saluting issue, parking, and finally, the opportunity toward achieving better communication between IMS and the faculty at GSBPP, with the establishment of a new faculty briefing/workshop. The ultimate goal of this study is to ensure maximization of the learning experience of the international students at GSBPP or NPS as a whole.
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