CLGO Features

Programme Features
        Major international corporate partners
        Six-month internship at partner companies
        Dual degree in Management and Engineering
        Global operations focus 
        Experiential leadership
        MIT relationship

Cooperation with the MIT LGO Program

Established in 1988, the MIT “Leaders for Global Operations” Program (LGO) is managed by the MIT Sloan Management School, the MIT Engineering School and LGO corporate partners. The LGO Program was created to develop world-class manufacturing and operations leaders in order to enhance the global competitive edge of the associated corporate partners.

The LGO Program enjoys a great reputation in North America and worldwide. It is a famous program within MIT and recognized as a world-class program in the world. Its graduates include:
• Google Vice President

• Motorola Vice President
• Boeing Vice President
• Amazon.com Vice President and General Manager
• Pratt & Whitney Vice President
• DHL Express Vice President
• Flextronics General Manager
• Hewlett-Packard Director of Supply Chain Development

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