Blue MBA appoints first ambassadors

Blue MBA has appointed its first ambassadors, for Norway and Singapore, respectively. Their jobs will be to promote the course and to strengthen the network between the graduates.

Two of the largest maritime hubs in the world, Oslo and Singapore, are now getting their own ambassadors for the internationally renowned Blue MBA at the Copenhagen Business School, CBS.

The Blue MBA, or, to be specific, the MBA in Shipping and Logistics, was established in 2001 and has since then produced 120 graduates from 35 countries. Two of these are Erle Kristin Wagle, manager, environmental performance at BW Fleet Management in Oslo, and Michael Elwert, director of group strategy, human relations and support at Thome Group in Singapore.

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