Alumni Networks of the School of Business and Economics at AGS
Graduates of the American Graduate School of Business and Economics are alumni of the American Graduate School in Paris. More information on this will be posted here shortly. In the meantime, for more information, please contact email@example.com.
Additionally, graduates of the EMSF and EMSM programs at the American Graduate School of Business and Economics may take advantage of following alumni networks of the City University of New York.
The Zicklin School of Business Graduate Alumni Club
The Zicklin School of Business Graduate Alumni Club provides a forum for graduate school alumni to meet and maintain contact with each other and keep up to date with developments at the school. This is achieved through a variety of formal and informal social and educational events. Club alumni share an important bond and remain connected in many different ways, including membership in a variety of organizations and associations. The Club offers a wide range of professional, academic, and social programs to their members, including networking opportunities, career services, and community service activities. We encourage all AGSBE alumni to become members of the Club
The International Business Alumni of Baruch College
The International Business Alumni of Baruch College (IBA) is an alumni organization for graduates who have majored in international business or international marketing, who are working in international business, or who live and work outside the United States.
The Baruch College Alumni Association
Both the Zicklin Graduate Business Alumni Club and the IBA are affiliates of the college's alumni organization, the Baruch College Alumni Association (BCAA).
Omar Shamiya United States
In addition to the many benefits of studying international relations in a highly specialized program, located in a dynamic city that fosters learning the discipline, my overall experience at AGS has been enhanced by an outstanding administrative staff that is diligent, professional and, above all, friendly. Their tireless efforts are key in making the experience of AGS students positive. I have done my best to thank them with good French desserts and bad American humor!