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Northwestern University: The Kellogg School of Management ×

Accreditation
AACSB
Location
Evanston, United States of America
Format
Executive
Accreditation
AACSB
Location
Evanston, United States of America
Format
Executive

Current program rank (FT)

27

Tuition fees

$ 222,192

(€ 195,691)

Length (months)

24

Program name

Kellogg Executive MBA

What people are saying:

Business school information

Today's leaders must navigate business issues and interactions that cut across geographical boundaries and cultures. They must inspire conversations, ignite collaboration and integrate multiple perspectives to drive growth and innovation. At Kellogg, our rigorous curriculum, diverse faculty and unprecedented global learning experiences will give you the edge you need to impact a complex marketplace.

Study in United States of America

  • The US is the most popular destination for international students while American universities often dominate the global rankings.
  • As can be expected of a country with a population of 325 million, the US has a diverse range of cities and universities to choose from.
  • The United States is the world’s greatest economic power in terms of gross domestic product and has been among the world’s highest-ranking countries in terms of GDP per capita. The US economy is marked by resilience, flexibility, and innovation.

Program description

The Kellogg School of Management enhances the development of experienced professionals and world-class leaders like you. Here in the company of the world’s most prominent executives, you will develop new frameworks for solving tough business problems while broadening your global network. Enrolling in Kellogg’s top-tier Executive MBA Program is one of the best investments you can make in your future.

You will learn with and from high-caliber classmates with a diversity of experience and global expertise, who will provide invaluable perspectives on universal business challenges. The lifelong connections you build, coupled with robust career support, will help you define your future as a high-impact leader.

The Kellogg Executive MBA Global Network fosters cross-cultural learning and collaboration with students from seven campuses around the world. Based in Canada, Asia, the Middle East, Europe and the U.S., you’ll be joining the largest, most immersive network of its kind.

The top-tier EMBA program is specifically designed for accomplished professionals like you. The distinctive, rigorous curriculum and leadership development will enhance your skillset so you can lead confidently across all aspects of your organization.

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Admission requirements

Language Test:

TOEFL 100

(minimum)

IELTS 7

(minimum)

Age (Avg):

39

Experience (Min/Avg):

8/15

Other:

* Résumé

* Two letters of recommendation

(one of which should be from your immediate supervisor)

* Time sponsorship letter from your organization

* Official transcripts

* Honor code agreement

* Interview

Ranking

Current rank:

27

(Financial Times)

2

(The Economist)

Diversity

Male/Female students:

68% / 32%

International students:

34%

Female faculty:

24%

International faculty:

53%

Women on board:

46%

International board:

29%

Financial Times: International course experience rank:

44

Geographic representation/ Geographical origin:

Alumni today:
by Financial Times ©

Alumni salary today:

$ 284,598

Salary increase:

46%

Career progress rank:

5

Alumni aims achieved:

79%

Pre-MBA industry:

Career progress:

Student quality:

7.00

Development experience:

6.00

Student rating of faculty:

4.80

Student rating of alumni effectiveness:

4.30

Student rating of culture and classmates:

4.60

Faculty:

Full-time faculty with PhD:

90%

Annual intake:

272

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