The international associations and membership have been encouraged over the years to engage scholars and practitioners to develop and disseminate theory, research, and experience that are useful for understanding and improving knowledge management within international organizations and settings and to bolster the learning altogether.

Ashley University has embarked on the project of becoming a global university, a university that challenges the idea that a university can only deliver education at a single home campus. Instead, we have created a structure that allows students and faculty to gather in a set of key locales around the globe to forge new ideas, advance the questions we ask about the world, and create solutions for the problems that beset us all.

This model has emerged as a natural and logical extension of Ashley's research and teaching agendas; flowing from our diversity of thought represented by all of our divisions and programs—and our internationally connected and collaborative faculty. Students and faculty interact with their urban environment in countless meaningful and essential ways, using these locations as a major asset.

Students and faculty alike broaden the scope of vision and knowledge through international learning. Opportunities include study abroad programs, direct-exchange programs with world-renowned institutions, and curriculum-driven international programming offered through the specific schools or departments. All locations within the network are also accessible for individual research that springs from individual academic ideas and goals.

Part of Ashley's teaching mission consists in preparing students for lives in a diverse world, and faculty at Ashley believe that such preparation is most effective when the outside world is not held at bay. This same principle holds true as we create a Global University that is both "in and of the city" and "in and of the world." Around the world, students work closely with faculty and with their peers on shared commitments. They apply what they learn and develop the skills and qualities—both needed and expected in this increasingly integrated, global climate—to make a real difference in the world.


Reasons to Choose
  • Effective e-Learning
    A variety of e-Learning tools, including case studies, guest lectures, videos, project work and online learning materials are always there to keep your learning fresh.
  • Institutional Report
    Institutional reputation is often cited as a mark of course quality; it means that there is rigorous research underpinning in our teaching.
  • Training & Development
    The courses give you an understanding and awareness of the theories and practice of training and employee development.
  • Global Connectivity
    The students get exposure to a diverse array of cultures from all over the world which will add to their education for contemporary times.