Representatives of Senegal’s largest private business school are in Atlanta this week meeting with local universities interested in establishing student and faculty exchanges.
The International Institute of Management (ISM) was established in Dakar, the capital, in 1992 with 25 students. It currently has 3,000 students from 30 countries and 100 professors.
The university established the first business doctoral program in Africa and also offers an international master’s degree of business and bachelor’s degrees.
The school's founder, Amadou Diaw, is an entrepreneur who played a key ...