Tuition fees $ 114,632 (€ 96,309)
Length (months) 12
Program type Cornell Tech MBA
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The Johnson Cornell Tech MBA is structured around three experiential pillars: a ten-week intensive summer semester in Ithaca, Product Studio, and Startup Studio. The program begins in May at Cornell’s Ithaca campus, where you will complete your core business courses with other Johnson MBA students.
In August, you will arrive at Cornell Tech and begin Studio. During Product Studio, you will collaborate with a multidisciplinary, cross-functional group of Cornell Tech classmates to develop a technology-driven solution to a strategic business need of a real client.
In January, for your final semester, you will apply your knowledge from Product Studio and team-working skills to develop a new business idea from concept to launch during Startup Studio.
- Size of the class: 78
- Language Test: TOEFL 100 (minimum), IELTS 7 (minimum)
- Other: * GMAT or GRE test score * Resume * Personal statement * One letter of recommendation
- Male/Female students: 67% / 33%
- International students: 45%
- Number of countries represented: 11
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Cornell University campus
A view from Rhodes Hall: Sage Hall, McGraw Tower, and Cayuga Lake in the background.
The second floor has dedicated quiet rooms for studying.
The third floor has dedicated quiet rooms for studying.
Library in Sage Hall
The Management Library, located in Sage Hall, is part of Cornell's Library System. The library is designated as a quiet study place, however, sometimes between classes it can get noisy.
Tucked into the corner of Sage Hall, the Atrium Café has a wide range of menu offerings. The coffee kiosk proudly serves Starbucks specialty coffee, pastries, and Grab-n-Go items.
The Dyson Atrium in Sage Hall
The heartbeat of Sage features high tables for informational conversations, soft seating areas for more relaxed conversations and bigger desks with power outlets for more extended work sessions.
The Dyson Atrium in Sage Hall
The atrium features high tables for informational conversations, tables of various sizes to accommodate diverse group and bigger desks with power outlets for more extended work sessions.
Sage Hall at Cornell University
Home of the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management and lauded for its Victorian Gothic architecture, Sage Hall features a soaring atrium that serves as a hub and event space.
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Sage Hall, 106 East Ave, 14853
Ithaca, United States of America