The Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business, now celebrating its 23rd anniversary, is proud to recognise the significant strides that it has made overthe last two decades.
Thousands of students have benefited from its varied programmes. In addition, the school has gained the attention and respect of a number of regional and international governments and organisations.
Following its inception in 1989, the Lok Jack GSB quickly became recognised also as a provider for high quality incompany training and consulting services. It had gained the respect and admiration of local and regional observers who noted its proficiency in designing and implementing projects throughout the Caribbean. Many of these had been commissioned by multilateral funded agencies such as the Inter-American Development Bank, the World Bank, the Caribbean Development Bank, the European Union, the Asian Development Bank, and the CARICOM Secretariat.
Within a decade of its establishment, the GSB was regarded as one of the region's premier institutions for business management studies. This was attributed to the high quality staff that it was able to attract and retain, the variety and great value of its programmes, the effectiveness of its consultancies, and the competence demonstrated by its alumni as they ventured out on their own as entrepreneurs, working with regional governments, or within the regional private sector.
International Strategic Alliances
The experience of international partnerships and linkages has been a fruitful one for the Lok Jack GSB. Not only does the school conduct joint programmes, it also disseminates teaching materials and assists in enhancing the skills of professors with increased global experience. Our strategic alliances are: