Batch of T-birds: Fall 2015

By Sindhuja Kodivalasa, Staff Writer

All summer the campus has been very quiet with few students still on campus. But the morning of August 12th it looked alive again, with the parking lots occupied and all the activities renewing at a full scale. The incoming batch of 2015, started their orientation on this day. They have a week long foundations and then their classes begin.

The programs at Thunderbird have been restructured. Now, Thunderbird offers two Masters Courses MGM (Master of Global Management) and MAGAM (Master of Arts in Global Affairs and Management). The incoming batch comprises of nearly 80 students with more number of MA’s – 46 followed by 32 students in MGM class.

These students are divided into four cohorts – two for MGM: Falcons & Roadrunners and two for MAGAM: Cougars and Jaguarondis. They are having an amazing time here on campus. They have already been through their first day of orientation followed by the Thunder crawl on the next day.

More articles to come as their foundations progress…

Meet some of the new T-birds 🙂

Falcons during the Thundercrawl at the IBIC
Falcons during the Thunder crawl at the IBIC
At the pavillion
Jaguarondis @ the pavilion
Cougars
Cougars

 

 

Roadrunners
Roadrunners

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