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One of the key points that attracted Anthony to the program was the chance to study in Singapore, an important business destination for his employer. “I learned a lot about new cultures and countries directly from people who live there,” he said. “I established some great contacts, and the connection was more than strictly professional.”
Jamie’s classmates came from countries spanning the globe, from Belgium to Nigeria to Brazil. “It changed how I interact with other people in the business setting,” she said. “I’m much more aware of those subtle cultural nuances and the diversity of perspectives.”
“The power of the Chicago Booth network comes from its combination of size, quality, and trust,” said Vahé who would turn to Booth alumni if he wanted “good advice about anything.”
The largest gift in business school history, made by David Booth, '71, who built a successful investment firm on principles he learned at the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business.
In recognition of the gift, the school was renamed the University of Chicago Booth School of Business in 2008.