Johns Hopkins Carey Business School becomes the 10th member of the FOME Alliance

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School joins the Future of Management Education (FOME) Alliance


The Carey Business School of Johns Hopkins University in Maryland, USA has become the latest business school to join the Future of Management Education (FOME) Alliance. Grounded in Johns Hopkins University’s legacy of excellence and research, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School shapes business leaders who seize opportunity, inspire change, and create lasting value. As an AACSB-accredited business school, Carey offers full-time, part-time, and online MBA and MS degree programs, as well as executive education programs for the competitive global marketplace.


Johns Hopkins Carey Business School becomes the 10th member of the alliance, joining Imperial College Business School (UK); ESMT (Germany); SMU (Singapore); BI (Norway); EDHEC (France); The University of Melbourne (Australia); IE (Spain); Ivey Business School (Canada) and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST, Hong Kong). This network brings together faculty, senior management, Edtech project managers, learning designers, and media experts from each school to co-create the very best online learning experiences.


“We are at the leading edge of online and hybrid learning, which will only expand in the coming years. Carey Business School looks forward to collaborating with the members of the FOME Alliance to advance business education for students around the world,” said Alexander Triantis, dean of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.


The FOME Alliance champions innovation through collaboration and seeks to bring together leaders in management education to create new standards for high-quality online learning delivery, supported by the learning experience platform insendi. The Alliance, having held its most recent annual conference in November, looks ahead to the next year of collaboration and advancing collective knowledge and capabilities with the input of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.