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In his spare time, Dipankar Ghosh teaches accounting at the University of Oklahoma. But these days, his spare time is truly spare as executive director of a growing MBA program at the Price College of Business in Norman.
Oklahoma Christian is welcoming a contingent of six students from Rwanda coming this fall, all employed by the Rwandan government in various capacities.
While students at OU travel abroad, students from abroad travel to Oklahoma City to attend Oklahoma City University's MBA program. Mahmood Shandiz, senior associate dean at OCU's Meinders School of Business, says even though the number of international students is down, there is still major interest from abroad, as well as steady interest from students in the states.
"I think it's the global recession," Shandiz says of the drop in international applicants. "Most people are coming over here because of the possibility of job prospects