MBA Perry Schools of Banking
Enroll your staff in the MBA Perry Schools of Banking. The enhanced program will be located at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center on the campus of Michigan State University (MSU), East Lansing, Michigan, May 5-10, 2013.
The curriculum has been enhanced to better meet the changing banking environment, allowing your employees to focus on information that pertains today’s issues and concerns. In addition the networking and connections developed during this program provide a priceless resource for meeting banking challenges in the future.
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Centrally located on the campus, the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center has state-of-the-art audio visual equipment and comfortable seating for an environment conducive to learning. It is within just a few blocks of the Wharton Center, Breslin Center, Spartan Stadium, Kresge Art Museum, Forest Akers Golf Course and Munn Ice Arena. Downtown East Lansing offers many opportunities for entertaining including several eateries, boutiques and shopping, art galleries, sports bars and nighttime entertainment.
To make your employee’s stay as comfortable as possible, each hotel room has complimentary:
- On-site dining
- In-room dining
- Fitness center
- Business services
- Standard amenities including iron/ironing board, hairdryer, coffeemaker and newspaper
In addition, guests of the Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center can take advantage of the Intramural Sports and Fitness Activities.
MSU is one of the biggest, greenest, campuses in the country. The campus is located on the banks of the Red Cedar River and comprises a contiguous area of 5,200 acres. The campus opened in 1855 as the first agricultural college in the United States; it served as a prototype for future Land Grant institutions under the Morrill Act enacted during Abraham Lincoln's presidential administration. The campus remains today, abundant with beautiful walking trails, lush gardens and natural areas.
With the MBA Perry Schools of Banking, your employees acquire new banking skills that will benefit them as well as your financial institution.
Bank Management Simulation
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