Tuition fees $ 202,536 (€ 170,116)
Length (months) 22
Program type Executive MBA Metro NY
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The Executive MBA Metro NY program, based in New York City, offers working professionals the opportunity to fine-tune the leadership skills critical for today’s dynamic business environment. Earn an Ivy League MBA to advance your career without interrupting it.
The EMBA Metro NY program will enhance your executive leadership presence and prepare you for higher levels of management. Regardless of your industry or job function, the program’s general management and foundational business curriculum will round out your skill set and introduce you to new ideas related to your classmates’ experiences.
Students have to complete 60 credits of required courses and electives.
- Size of the class: 75
- Other: * An undergraduate degree from an accredited institution * Resume * Two letters of recommendation * Organizational chart
- Current rank: 14 (The Economist)
- Male/Female students: 66% / 34%
- International students: 28%
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- Selected recruiters: Bloomberg, Deloitte, Google, IBM, Walt Disney
- Pre-MBA industry:
- Student quality: 47.00
- Development experience: 27.00
- Student rating of faculty: 4.60
- Student rating of alumni effectiveness: 4.40
- Student rating of culture and classmates: 4.50
- Full-time faculty with PhD: 90%
- Annual intake: 76
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