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"…none (assessment method) has achieved what the GMI has managed to define and measure: the essence of Global Leadership".

– Bertrand Guillotin. Leading MBA school. Director, International Programs Office


Solutions for Academic Institutions

Business schools can measure their success in achieving goals and learning objectives by using the Global Mindset Inventory to assess their students' global leadership development. The GMI helps determine a student’s ability to be better prepared for the opportunities, risks and challenges that come from building a business career in the globalized market.

Our academic solutions include:

  • Academic self-assessments
  • Pre- and post- assessments to evaluate learning goals during the course of academic program
  • GMI surveys as LOA assessments to facilitate academic accreditation
  • Support for academic researchers through use of the extensive GMI database of statistics

Business Schools which have used the GMI

Appleby College

Macquarie Graduate School of Management

University of Denver

Arizona State University

Nagoya University

University of Maryland

Athens University

Oxford Univertsity

University of Minnesota

Belmont University

Purdue University

University of Missouri

Boston College

Queensland University

University of Notre Dame

Eastern University

Rice University

University of Pittsburgh

FIA Brasil

Simmons School of Business

University of Southern California

Florida International University

Temple University

University of Texas San Antonio

George Washington University

Thunderbird School of Global Management

University of Victoria

HAAS Berkley

Tiffin University

University of Virginia

Indiana Technical University

University of Auckland

University of Wisconsin

Laval University

University of California, Los Angeles

Wake Forest University

Lipscomb University

University of Chicago

Zayed University