Alumni Talks: MBA at Cornell University, Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management

Whether your goal is to enhance your career or change your industry, the residential MBA programs at Cornell are all you need to maximize your potential. Join this webinar to meet Admissions Team and alumni and learn all about the Cornell Johnson MBA transformative journey.

Past event

Start date: 16.12.2021

clock 16:00 Europe/Paris - GMT +01:00

About the event:

Cornell Johnson’s 1 and 2-year full-time residential MBA programs are STEM-designated and ranked #15 worldwide according to FT 2021.

They provide an interdisciplinary curriculum, diverse hands-on experiences, and an incredibly supportive community, which help professionals live up to their leadership potential.

Learn more about the different MBA programs at Cornell Johnson and their advantages, admissions requirements and career enhancement potential by joining this webinar with Eddie Asbie, Admissions Director.

You will also meet two program alumni - Colin Kelly, Portfolio Manager at KDI Capital Partners, and Stephanie Greenleaf, Senior Director at Boston Scientific, and get insights into the everyday life as a Cornell student and how this academic journey can transform your life and career.

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About the schools:


Cornell University: Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management

The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, a school within the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, delivers business education that empowers students to turn ambition into impact. Johnson’s defining attributes—it’s tight-knit community, emphasis on leadership, and focus on immersive, experiential learning—are reflected across its programs, which include three STEM-designated residential MBAs, four executive MBAs, two MPS programs, seven dual-degree options, and a PhD.

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About the hosts:

Eddie Asbie

Interim Executive Director of Admissions and Financial Aid at Cornell Johnson Graduate School of Management

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