The Global Access Program (GAP) is a unique six month educational program that enables Fully Employed MBA students to work on a global entrepreneurial project in their final year. It serves as the capstone of the FEMBA program and teaches the principles of developing effective growth strategies for the sales, marketing, operations, financial and management functions of a product or service for a high technology company. Students are matched with companies to develop a comprehensive business strategy that enables them to move to the next stage of their corporate development. GAP was founded in 1998 and has since worked with 431 international technology companies in 19 countries. This summer GAP welcomed to campus 53 companies from nine countries for the GAP Company Launch.